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Stephen Logan , Malet Lambert School, Business Champion
- Employability skills are vital, but many schools neglect them in favour of academic qualifications. Stephen Logan explains how business education can become a valuable part of the curriculum.
Mel Rosenblatt , Senior Leadership Team, Brentside High School
- Mel talks to us about the changes Brentside has made in its work-related learning programme this year, including the process of buying back vocational education provision from the local authority.
Peter Lang , Principal, Uxbridge High School
- Despite a doubling of costs to provide work experience, Peter argues that preparing students for work is one of the most important roles a school plays.
Richard Bannister , Principal, City of London Academy (Southwark)
- Richard tells us why the City of London Academy (Southwark) is continuing to support work experience despite budget cuts, and why this can be mutually beneficial for schools and businesses
Interview sponsored by EBSI.
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