Have you heard about the Government's new Kickstart scheme?
The government have recently announced a new scheme to support unemployed young people called Kickstart - a way to enable businesses to offer job placements for a period of 6 months.
Kickstart for schools:
We are developing an offer that will support schools to take on Kickstart placements in a way that ensures the process works as easily and simply as possible. We will ensure schools understand what is involved, place their Kickstart employee in an appropriate role in their setting and set up the right support around the placement. This will ensure that the young person gets the best opportunities for them and that the setting receives value and is not distracted from its core educational purpose.
Find out more below and also join us for an information webinar on 13th October 2020.
Kickstart for schools PDF-5.pdf
Webinar registration, 13th October 2020
Further details on the RIO site
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4Cs – creativity, culture, connection, community – Webinars
The 4C are at the heart of Real Ideas’ recovery curriculum thinking. Our aim is to outline the practical activity on offer and create communities of practice around the 4Cs to support school leaders, subject coordinators and classroom teachers. That way we can work together to share learning and build a body of evidence around the impact of the 4Cs on both recovery and curriculum. Each of the 4Cs is featured in a sequence of webinar-workshop-catch up.