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Welcome to MPLOY JUNIOR
Providing specialist Careers and Enterprise programmes for primary schools across the UK.
Developing employability skills and awareness of the world of work and future careers is vital from a young age, and has real benefits when it comes to transition to secondary education as well as increasing their confidence, motivation and aspirations.
Our programmes provide your children with access to innovative and engaging activities that involve local employers, link to the primary curriculum and to the importance of Work Related Learning in the new Ofsted framework.
ENTERPRISE and EMPLOYABILITY
Interactive activities involving employers to develop team work and communication, with children forming a business to make products to sell based on a recycling theme.
CAREERS FAIRS and EMPLOYER TALKS
A chance for your pupils to meet employers and find out about different jobs and businesses all in one place. Interactive and suitable for Key stage 2 and 3.MORE INFO
TIME FOR A CHANGE
"Time for a Change" is a fun, interactive Enterprise programme for primary schools aimed at Key Stage 2-3 with a recycling theme and includes a full teacher resource pack. Children set up their own mini businesses to design, make and sell a product, with the programme typically lasting over a term finishing with a "dragons den" style session where groups of children present their business idea to a panel of employers. The programme can be run with a cluster of schools, or a single school, and can link to secondary feeder schools as part of a transition package.
Employer Links provides you with access to a vast range of employers in different sectors in your local area to help you in enhancing your curriculum offer whilst building worthwhile business links. This could include Careers Talks in school, contribution to specific aspects of the curriculum such as science, or providing strong and influential role models in specific industries and jobs to help raise aspirations.
What our clients say
Initially I thought they may be a bit young but I was really impressed with their knowledge of the housing sector and their understanding of renting and owning a homeGreat Places Housing Group