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Resources for Practitioners and Young People

New resources for the week ending on Friday 11 September

Tech Pathways London - Free Courses
Tech Pathways London offers free training and resources for educators of 11-24-year-olds. They have released new training sessions, such as an introduction to using online collaborative tools which shares tips on how to collaborate and engage with young people remotely, and an introduction to film making with what’s in your pocket, covering how you can make and support others to make high-quality films using mobile devices.

Edge survey finds three quarters of 14-19 year olds want their education to be relevant, giving them the tools and skills they will need in their career
New research commissioned by the Edge Foundation over the summer found that 62% of 14 – 19-year-olds think that coronavirus has changed teaching and learning in schools forever. Many feel that their school or college needs to incorporate some of the ‘lessons from lockdown’ into the long term, with 84% of 14 – 19-year-olds having the opinion that schooling needs to be more flexible and adapt more quickly as a result of the pandemic and 64% thinking that the future of schooling should include both classroom and online learning. As the impacts of lockdown are felt in the wider economy, 70% of 14 – 19-year-olds think the education system needs to catch up with the real world and 76% want their education to be relevant, focused on giving them the tools and skills they will need in their career. 

Bates Wells – Crisis Decision Tool
Bates Wells, a charity and non-profit legal firm, has created a decision tool to support charities facing financial difficulty due to Covid-19.  The free guide can be used by charities and social enterprises to help them through next steps on insolvency, merger, collaboration, cost cutting, and raising finance.  The tool provides tailored guidance on what options are available.  The user must answer up to six questions to receive a report on the options.  


Telephone: 020 7332 3599

Location: Partnership for Young London, City of London, Guildhall, London EC2V 7HH


Postal: Partnership for Young London, City of London, PO Box 270, Guildhall, London EC2P 2EJ

Charity registration number: 1062226

Company Limited by Guarantee: 3334117 

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