Pupils get their kicks (and their ice cream) from Route 697!

Running your very own ice cream parlour may well be many peoples idea of a dream job. But there are lots of practical problems to be overcome before you even get to serve your very first cone. As students from The King Edward VI School in Morpeth discovered when they worked on a design brief as part of their Careers, Enterprise and Enrichment week.

The week is part of the school’s commitment in preparing their students for the realities of adult life.  

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Northumberland School Benefits From Enterprise Adviser Scheme

logo-nelep-headerWe’re excited to be working with the North East Local Enterprise Partnership (North East LEP) and Enterprise Adviser, Rob Storey.

He has met with staff to build an understanding of how he and the school can work together to provide effective careers guidance to pupils, using Rob’s years of industry expertise to help embed employer engagement into the curriculum.

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