We have created three free toolkits for teachers, parents and youth workers all of which provide a broad range of ready-to-go activities and materials for that are easily used for home learning with children and young people aged 4 upwards. We felt that these would be the best way of supporting the delivery of a broad and balanced curriculum in a home learning environment.
Yes! My Money Week will take place in June as planned. We have just launched our brand new free My Money Week Resource Hub where you can sign up for an account and access all current and previous My Money Week resources, including an additional Home Learning Guide to support the delivery of activities in the home.
Yes! For this year we have also made adaptations to the Fiver Challenge to create Fiver at Home which will launch after the Easter break. Find out more and register here.
Yes! We have created Tenner from Home which is an adapted version of the Tenner Challenge that allows students to imagine what business they could create with just a £10 note. Find out more here.
Yes! We have extended the entry deadline for the Young Money Challenge to Friday 3rd July, and the Challenge Packs now each contain a Home Learning Guide with ideas and suggestions for parents and carers about how to support children and young people with their Challenge entries. Find out more and download the Challenge Packs here.
As it stands we have taken the decision to cancel all of our in school deliveries until the end of May 2020. If anything changes in the coming weeks your Young Enterprise contact will get in touch.
All area, county, regional plus the UK showcase finals for Company Programme will be carried out digitally this year. Where possible, we will carry out the digital event on the same date scheduled for the physical event. Find out more here.
All finals for the Start Up Programme will be carried out digitally this year. Where possible, we will carry out the digital event on the same date scheduled for the physical event. Find out more here.
We have a range of ways that you and your staff can support – whether that’s funding vital resources for young people, parents and teachers to use at home, or encouraging your staff to get involved in our online/digital volunteering opportunities. Please contact [email protected] for more information
Yes we have a range of digital and online volunteering opportunities available. Please contact [email protected] for more information
In order to support young people during this time we have repurposed many of the physical competitions and finals for our Company Programme into digital events. If you would like to find out more about how you can get involved please contact [email protected]
Our Trusts team are getting in touch with all our incredible funders to explain the impact of Covid19 on the delivery of our programmes and how this may affect our reporting to you. If we haven’t been in touch with you yet please do contact Donna Wells, our Director of Philanthropy, [email protected]
While schools are closed, it is not possible to comply with our safeguarding obligations using Skype (or similar technology) to keep in touch using video calls.
Contact the school Centre Lead (usually a Teacher) to establish how you can best support the team through the final stages of their experience. You can also contact your local YE Area Manager who will be able to advise you on some useful good practice as well as what should be avoided as we go through this difficult period.
Get in touch with your local YE Area Manager or your local Volunteer Board contact if you have one to let them know about your plans for September and find out about what is happening in your locality or region.
This very much depends when schools return to normal timetabling. If this happens before September, we could run these sessions before the end of term, either face to face or remotely using technology. If not, we are looking at ways of doing so when they do return to ensure the learning is embedded and the experience of their participation is reviewed for their use in future
Day Programmes are booked at all times during the year, but the majority take place in the third (Summer Term). Your local YE Area Manager will be able to help you with details of any programmes currently already booked and to register your interest as a volunteer as necessary. We are in the process of developing a Volunteer Portal so that all volunteering opportunities will be available on-line in future.