Ivy House Partnerships
The Future Leaders Project has united education and business leaders alike to level up the next generation and give them the tools to create a career and life that’s right for them.
We’re fortunate enough to work with some incredible organisations to make this a reality as you’ll see in a few short scrolls.
Not only have these organisations generously given their time, expertise and money to support The Project, they also have free resources, discounts and opportunities to continue helping you and your students.
Meet our partners
CareerSense is NatWest’s employability education programme aimed at improving employability prospects for young people in the UK aged 13-24. It offers tips, tools and links to further resources to help young people think about their next step in education or the world of work.
Their free skills workshops help bring to life the skills needed in the financial services sector, but which are also transferable. This is a one-hour interactive lesson delivered in schools, and is aligned to Gatsby Benchmarks and the Curriculum for Excellence.
globalbridge enables students to record and showcase their talents, skills and qualifications through an interactive, media rich, secure online profile – and connects them to careers and education opportunities.
Once a student’s globalbridge profile is live, they can send their unique profile URL to potential universities, training providers, employers and other parties by, for example, including it on application forms or a UCAS Personal Statement.
Open Palm is a relatively young charity but they’ve done lots of positive work in our short life!
Open Palm’s mission is to empower people to succeed regardless of their racial or social background. They achieve this by delivering educational life-skills programmes, improving learning environments and addressing racial inequality, including free online courses and workshops to teach young people valuable skills for success, no matter where they start from
They also support underfunded schools to help improve their tech and other resources so that students have a fair chance to learn.
PiXL is a network of thousands of schools, colleges and alternative education providers spanning KS1-5.
They collaborate, share best practice and equip leaders so they can support their teams and, ultimately, provide everyone in schools with a better future and a brighter hope. Their focus is raising standards across Key Stage 2, GCSEs and A levels and to raise self-esteem, improve life chances and broaden progression routes for all our students.
Plus, PiXL schools benefit from a 15% discount on The Ivy House Award.
Empathy Week is a global schools programme using the power of film to enable students all over the world to discover and build empathy through in-class lessons and social action projects.
During Empathy Week, students will embark on a learning adventure packed with real-life cinematic stories with empathy at the core. Students from ages 5-18 will participate in active discussions around social issues and have the chance to take on their own Empathy Action Project. Changing our world for good.
For Apprentices by Apprentices, the BAME Apprentice Network is a Community of Black, Asian, Minority, Ethnic (BAME) Apprentices which aims to change the landscape of apprenticeships, empowering apprentices to develop personally and professionally, as well as championing change within the sector.
The BAME Apprentice Network not only acts as an aid for apprentices but also supports employers on their journey to making a meaningful difference to their Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion policy.
Each week VotesforSchools creates resources for teachers to hold debates on crucial issues of the day.
VotesforSchools want young people to be informed and curious about the world. They also want them to be heard; which is why they collect the comments and data resulting from the debates and share it with those who can make an impact. They are passionate about knowing what the future leaders of tomorrow think about the world of today.
Pearson College London is a boutique institution offering a range of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, and short courses. They pride themselves on offering a unique, supportive and close-knit environment, where everyone can succeed.
Their platform, Bubl, encourages live collaboration among employers and students – the unique work experience platform enables students to build a portfolio of skills, grow a network of connections and launch their careers.
Ways to work with us
Want to get
If our mission and values resonate with you (brilliant!), here are some key ways you can get involved:
Fair Chance Funding
We are looking for corporate partners to help us bring this game-changing learning to young people, from less-advantaged backgrounds – at a time when it is has never been more needed and can make a significant difference, now and in the future.
Whatever your budget, we’ll work with you to bring a programme that creates lasting change for young people and their teachers. Whether you are able to support 1 school or 30, this is about doing what you can to equip young people no matter what their background, a fair chance. Equipping them with the skills they need to take control of their lives, build confidence and positive futures.
The Future Leaders Project
Brought to you by a coalition of changemakers in business and education, The Future Leaders Project is focused on resourcing students to thrive in work and life – and empowering them to become the next generation of leaders.
Led by industry experts and free for schools and students to enter, it comprises a competition and resource portal, allowing young people to be informed, developed and inspired – building a bridge of connectivity between education and the world of work and equipping students with the knowledge and inspiration to step up and become the leaders of their lives.