The Hull Ready Hub consists of staff from Malet Lambert School, Spring Cottage, Gillshill, Cavendish, Neasden, Mersey and Victoria Dock.
The Ready Hub programme takes partnerships of schools (a secondary and its partner primaries) through a process to co-design and deliver a 4-16 enterprise entitlement that the group feels meets the needs of their learners, staff and wider community.
The Ready Hub model operates on an Adult Ready Hub steering group of educators, businesses and the wider community, alongside a Youth Ready Hub steering group, comprised of young people from all phases and organisations involved in the partnership. Together, through effective collaboration, critical questioning and reflection, the Ready Hub will consolidate and sustain a locally produced enterprise entitlement for every child, parent and business and community member in the locality.
Our vision and ambition is to help prepare young people from Hull for the opportunities and challenges of life in the 21st century and this programme and collaboration with Ready Unlimited will help us further develop the essential enterprising and entrepreneurial skills and capabilities we aspire to equip young people with.
Teachers and support staff have started working on curriculum development and enterprise pedagogy, in line with the key priorities for the Humber, including digital, City of Culture, STEM and Enterprising People. This is backed up by the latest research from the OCED Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. This partnership working enables collaboration and sharing of good practice.
This, therefore, gives us a better understanding of the primary curriculum, and forges key links and relationships in preparing students for the transition to Secondary.
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