McDonald’s and Go Green both have a sustainability related challenge for Doncaster students to solve. Secondary schools in Doncaster are invited to register for the challenge to empower students to develop essential skills in a fun and interactive way, whilst working to meet Gatsby Benchmarks.
Doncaster Stories, part of the National Literacy Trust, is working in partnership with Opportunities Doncaster to bring education and business together. They are looking to partner with local businesses in Doncaster to help deliver one of their flagship employability programmes, Words for Work: Dream Big. The programme develops literacy skills, raises aspirations, and challenges stereotypes with children aged 5-7.
Opportunities Doncaster LIVE is set to be the region’s largest careers fair, welcoming more than 3,000 students through its doors. We require a supplier for the transport of students from multiple locations to and from the event on Thursday 13 February 2020 at Doncaster Racecourse.
Deadline: 12pm, 19 December 2019.
A new pact between business and education which will provide learners with the skills they need to prosper and help to deliver economic growth for the region has officially been launched.
Representatives from local schools, colleges and employers attended the National College for Advanced Transport and Infrastructure on 2 December to learn more about the Doncaster Promise.
Opportunities Doncaster's Innovation Challenge is Doncaster’s inter-school enterprise competition and presents secondary school students in years 7-9 with a real-life business challenge set by some of the UK’s biggest brands. The challenge is a student-driven opportunity designed to develop young people’s creativity, problem solving and collaboration skills.