Maritime Academy Trust – the successful development of an entrepreneurial curriculum

The World Economic Forum estimates that 65% of children today will end up in careers that don’t even exist yet.

Whatever we think of that statistic, the world of work is certainly changing, as artificial intelligence and automation gradually take over the execution of routine work, and levels of self-employment continue to rise across the economy. Therefore, it is up to school leaders not only to prepare for the always pressing concerns of exams, or Ofsted visits, but also to consider how their school curriculum is preparing their pupils to meet the challenges that lie ahead for them in our ever-changing and ever more complex world. Prioritising the development of vital life skills, such as problem solving, communication skills, creativity, flexibility and resilience within your school curriculum will help to equip pupils to face the changes and challenges the future will undoubtedly bring, whatever they may be.

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