School workshops are tailored to your needs covering key Ofsted targets, assisting with transition, or even placing students in charge of promoting your school.
In our school workshops, we engage students through a project-based approach, letting them take control of their learning and applying it to a real, tangible outcome.
It doesn’t end there! As a result of the workshop, using our in-house design, media and illustration skills, we transform students’ work into professional products or resources, demonstrating a real impact. To date, we have produced student-led; promotional films, career-themed board games, school magazines, marketing campaigns, literacy comic books, mobile apps, PSHE resources and much more!
Take a look at some of our project case studies below:
Demonstrate to Ofsted how you prevent bullying and communicate your policies to all students.
Increase student roll, improve reputation, raise engagement & attainment and communicate your vision to future students.
SMSC / British Values
Demonstrate to Ofsted how you promote and ensure spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.
Literacy & Numeracy Intervention
Demonstrate to Ofsted the progress in English and Mathematics of the most able, lower attaining and disadvantaged pupils.
Student-Led School Promotion
Promote your school through the eyes of your pupils - producing a Student-Led DVD, Junior Prospectus and Marketing Campaign.
Demonstrate to Ofsted how you deliver high quality, innovative and impartial careers guidance.
Demonstrate to Ofsted how you ensure progress of SEN pupils through bespoke interventions with measured outcomes.
Demonstrate to Ofsted how you prepare pupils for learning, close the gap and ensure students meet or exceed expected attainment.
Working with organisations to create and deliver bespoke programmes, meeting key aims through an innovative approach.
Primary School Specific
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We are flexible and dynamic, delivering a totally bespoke service. To prove this, why not challenge us to develop a project shaped around your needs. Whatever the challenge, let us see how we can help.
Our students had a great experience working with you, they developed new skills through an opportunity to learn with a bespoke, practical,Â innovative, enterprise activity that met the needs of
the students. You’ve helped us to meet our STEM, employability, literacy, careers and transition targets.
Stephen Logan - Assistant Headteacher, Malet Lambert School & Be Enterprising group Chair
We’ll have a video and materials to use for our Year 6 students, so when we start our transition work in the new term they’ll be able to see how wonderful Horbury Academy is. Our students developed literacy, teamwork and the use of new technology and skills that they wouldn’t normally get to do in lessons.
Steve Brook - Deputy Headteacher, Horbury Academy
One of our students should have had an anger management session. He didn’t want to miss his work with Engaging Education, as he was enjoying the project and doing some really good work. He has real issues with motivation and behaviour so to see him wanting to take part in a lesson was wonderful.
Helen Purves - SEN Co-ordinator, Malet Lambert School
We wanted to put on a bespoke day with our pyramid schools, improving the literacy skills of our Year 6 cohort. The project was fantastic. The resources used, the delivery and the whole day from start to finish was brilliant!
Sarah Longley - Assistant Headteacher, Castleford Academy
â€œThe students have absolutely loved workingÂ with you guys and the media equipment;Â producing the DVD and Junior ProspectusÂ magazine. Theyâ€™ve got a lot out of it, thoroughlyÂ enjoyed it and itâ€™s certainly one to look forwardÂ to next year.â€
Lee Hardcastle - Assistant Headteacher, Crofton Academy
“By using Engaging Education to fulfil specific areas and demands in Enterprise and Financial Capability Education, they helped the school secure a third consecutive Outstanding Ofsted. I do hope to continue to use them as we aim to secure PFEG Financial Capability Accreditation in 2015/16.”
Stuart Webb - Head of Enterprise NEET Reduction, Wakefield City Academy