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Gatsby BM4, 5, 6
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Youth Social Action Toolkit

This toolkit is intended to be simple to use, helping Careers Leaders and others support and develop youth social action. the resource aims to enable more of their young people to be active citizens in their school or college and wider communities.

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Powerpoint
Gatsby BM3
SEND
Key stages

YourGamePlan

YourGamePlan is a free online learning platform designed to help young people transition from school to the workplace, and widen their understanding of the career opportunities available to them.

Gatsby BM4
Key stages

Your Money Matters

Developed by Young Money (part of Young Enterprise) this resource has been designed for use with young people age 14 – 16 in England and covers topics including spending and saving, borrowing, debt, insurance, student finance & future planning. 

Funded by Martin Lewis, founder of MoneySavingExpert.com, this curriculum mapped textbook was sent to state funded English secondary schools in late 2018. Young Money (part of Young Enterprise) updated this resource in July 2021, which you can access here. 

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Gatsby BM2
Key stages
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You're Hired! Standout CVs

Download 10 free activities from the practical guide, 'You're Hired! Standout CVs' by Corinne Mills, to help your students write their first CV.

Plus, find out how this book from Trotman Indigo Publishing will help you achieve an outstanding Ofsted rating for your careers curriculum with our handy Gatsby Benchmark mapping guide.

 

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Gatsby BM1, 2, 3, 8
Key stages

Xello (Cascaid)

Xello is an engaging online program that prepares students for post-secondary success in academics, career and life. With Xello, you’ll have everything you need to help your students build the skills and knowledge to create actionable plans for the future, regardless of their chosen pathway.

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Talking Futures

Resources and support in collaboration with the Gatsby Foundation. Parents have a strong influence on young people’s decisions but need good information on careers and education options to empower them to hold well-informed conversations.