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Code Clubs – After school coding clubs for children aged 9-11

The mission of Code Club is to give every child in the UK the chance to learn to code. It is their aim to have Code Club in 25% of primary schools in the UK by the end of 2015. Teachers or volunteers can  run Code Club after-school at their local  school or community centre. Children attend […]

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Free PSHE and Careers resource: Moving On

May 20th, 2011 by Victoria

Moving On is a free interactive online PSHE and careers resource from the BT Learning and Skills programme. It has been developed with practising teachers and students to help young people aged 14-19 learn more about themselves and think about how best to make the transition to work.

Through a series of videos, online animations and activities students learn how to identify their own skills, how to market themselves, and how to apply for jobs that are a good fit for their personality, interests and skills.

The activities are structured into three modules: Who do you think you are? Brand YOU and Putting it all together. Each module includes videos, graphical sequences, and for teachers, one or two lesson plans with differentiation, a short activity and extension ideas.

Topics covered in this resource include CVs, job applications, interviews and careers. In addition, while seeing how other young people have succeeded in their chosen careers, students have the chance for reflection and analysis of their own abilities and areas for improvement.

Insights from employers help students to think about issues such as their social media activity, what employers are looking for, and how to think about answers to interview questions.

Moving On is a free Careers and PSHE resource and has been mapped to the PSHE Curriculum for KS3 and KS4 in England, PSE for KS3 and KS4 as well as Careers and the world of work in Wales, Health and Wellbeing and Skills for Learning, Life and Work for the 3rd and 4th level of the Scottish Curriculum for Excellence, and Learning for Life and Work at KS3 and KS4 in Northern Ireland.

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