NAHT’s president Anne Lyons recently met with the new Minister to discuss our Primary Futures project and its role in supporting early careers education and equality of opportunity for all. Our Primary Futures project with Education and Employers Taskforce charity already has more than 30,000 volunteers registered to go into primary schools, talk about their work, help schools to raise aspirations and bring more meaning to the curriculum. The Minister was very impressed with the project and invited us to meet with the team developing the new careers strategy. We’re bidding for DfE funding to develop the project further.
First published 15 November 2017
NAHT president meets the new apprenticeship and skills minister Anne Milton about Primary Futures.