Schools

Personal and professional development workshops, inspirational talks, mentoring opportunities and workplace visits for young people of diverse ethnic heritage.

We believe that all young people should get the information and support they need to make informed decisions about their education and future careers.

Have a look at our current primary, secondary and sixth form school programmes and sign your students up to take part in our FREE programmes running across the UK.

How can we support your students?

At Blueprint for All, we believe in fostering talent and building career aspirations by connecting young people of diverse ethnic heritage with inspiring professionals that represent them.

We currently have four different programmes running in primary and secondary schools across London, Birmingham and Manchester. Take a look at our work below.

Pathways to Professions Programme

Primary Programme

Our Pathways to Professions primary programme inspires and enables students in years 5-6 who are of diverse ethnic heritage to pursue whatever career they set their mind to.

Pupils will be provided with 10 career workshops. Workshops will include:

  • Support for students to understand the link between education and career
  • Learning about different professional careers available and routes to these careers
  • Personal development sessions
  • Access to inspiring and relatable professionals
  • Workplace visit tours
  • Toolkits to support learning

R40m primary school in Dunoon lauded by pupils and parents

Secondary Programme

Our Pathways to Progressions secondary programme inspires and enables students in years 8-10 who are of diverse ethnic heritage to understand the breadth of career opportunities available and broaden their knowledge of which skills are required to succeed in the workplaces of the future.

Pupils will be provided with 6 career workshops. Workshops will include:

  • Support for students to understand build on employability skills
  • Learning about different professional careers available and routes to these careers
  • Cv and interview preparation
  • Access to inspiring and relatable professionals
  • Workplace visit tours
  • Toolkits to support learning

Building flexibility into secondary schools - Timewise

Secondary Schools (Extended)

We also provide an extended Pathways to Progressions secondary programme that inspires and enables students in years 8-10 who are of diverse ethnic heritage to pursue whatever career they set their mind to. This programme offers a more in-depth intervention, providing students with personal development support.

Pupils will be provided with 10 career workshops. Workshops will include:

  • Support for students to understand the link between education and career
  • Insights into possible next steps after secondary education
  • Learning about different professional careers available and routes to these careers
  • Personal development sessions
  • Access to inspiring and relatable professionals
  • Workplace visit tours
  • Toolkits to support learning
Having a mentor, hearing from industry experts and seeing behind the scenes at a top law firm really inspired me. I feel incredibly lucky to have found my passion and be able to follow my dream.
Rebecca Shogunle, schools programme Alumna, now a law student at Canterbury Christ Church University

Sixth Form

Looking for a programme that is suited to higher education? Our Pathways to Professions sixth form programme inspires and enables students in years 12-13 who are of diverse ethnic heritage to understand the breadth of career opportunities available and broaden their knowledge of which skills are required to succeed in the workplaces of the future.

Pupils will be provided with 10 career workshops. Workshops will include:

  • Support for students to understand how their current stage of education links to professional success
  • Learning about different professional careers available and routes to these careers
  • Access to inspiring and relatable professionals

Woodbridge 6th Form on Twitter: "Huge thanks to @DavidLammy for an inspirational talk with our students! He gave us an insight into his daily life in politics, his journey to get there

Creative and Entrepreneurial Pathways

Looking to encourage the next generation of creative entrepreneurs? Our Creative and Entrepreneurial Pathways secondary programme inspires and students in years 8-10 who are of diverse ethnic heritage to understand how to pursue creative and entrepreneurial career pathways.

Pupils will be provided with 5 career workshops. Workshops will include:

  • Learning about how to get into creative and entrepreneurial roles
  • Support with building upon confidence and public speaking skills
  • Access to inspiring and relatable professionals
  • Toolkits to support learning

Interested in one of our programmes for your school? Register your interest!

If you’re interested in signing your school up for our programmes, please complete our form and we’ll endeavour to get back to you. Alternatively, if you have any questions, please do get in touch by contacting us via programmes@blueprintforall.org

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