Year 3 Evaluation and Impact Report
In 2022, a total of 9,000+ children from 52 primary schools benefitted from 131 supported primary Career-Related learning (CRL) activities. These activities were developed by Education and Employers within its Primary
Futures programme and Learn by Design. Volunteers doing a wide range of jobs, from sectors and diverse backgrounds came mostly from the national Primary Futures database. Specialist support was provided to teachers and leadership teams to help them embed CRL into the curriculum and to
develop sustainable approaches. The project adopted a bespoke and highly personalised tailored approach. This was made possible thanks to the support of the Derby Opportunity Area Partnership Board with funding from the Department for Education and Government Equalities Office for work on tackling gender stereotypes.
The evaluation and impact assessment involved over 1,600+ children, 35 teachers, 104 volunteers and 239 parents. Findings show the positive impact that career-related learning makes to primary aged children, particularly those living in areas of economic and social challenge.
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