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Cet lecture 8 nov 2016

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Published on November 8, 2016

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1. From Classroom to Titan: transforming student attainment by drawing on the business community and lessons from AI and data science

2. - big picture view of edtech (its important for the future of education) - how “edtech tools" like F4S can tackle big challenges (practically enabling teachers to access entrepreneurs but also the wider employability challenge); - how the opening up of the DfE pupil database could enable Britain to become a major edtech power.

3. #scaleup “1 Billion young people will start work in the next decade - only 40% in jobs that now exist” The Economist, 23 Jan 2016

4. 100 % Net New Jobs created in Europe in the past 5 years were from companies less than 5 years old…. THE PACE OF CHANGE IN OUR ECONOMIES IS HIGH AND INCREASING

5. #scaleup THE SKILLS GAP IS SET TO GET LARGER….

6. #scaleup

7. I would be able to grow my company faster if applicants had the skills needed to meet my customer demand. 82%OF 163 SCALE- UPS AGREE 79%OF 442 CEOs AGREE

8. 990,000 1,200,000 . Source: Adzuna #scaleup

9. 1M Number of new science, engineering and tech professionals required in the UK (Royal Society 2014) 5.8M Number of people forecast to be needed in the app economy by 2018 (OECD) #scaleup

10. “how will the next generation answer the question ‘what will you do when you grow up?’ when 40 % of the jobs that they will aspire to have not been created yet and 100% of the net jobs come from companies less than 5 years old…?”

11. KEY INFLUENCERS

12. THE SKILLS GAP IS SET TO GET LARGER…. #scaleup

13. THE SKILLS GAP IS SET TO GET LARGER…. #scaleup

14. - big picture view of edtech (its important for the future of education) - how “edtech tools" like F4S can use AI and Data Science to tackle big challenges (practically enabling teachers to access entrepreneurs but also the wider employability challenge); - how the opening up of the DfE pupil database could enable Britain to become a major edtech power.

15. |THE SCALE-UP REPORT ON UK ECONOMIC GROWTH Sherry Coutu CBE Timing of the intervention is key #scaleup

16. Figure 4. The value of Apps in helping learning (students) (Longfield iPad Research, 2012) Figure 5. The value of Apps in helping teaching (staff) (Longfield iPad research, 2012) Teacher ProductivityLearner Attainment

17. free to use productivity gains Parental engagement 35 million users, teachers and students, in over 220.000 schools across the world to date.

18. free to use time savings learner STEM attainment gains Massive cost savings to the ‘system’

19. “Tinker Tailor Soldier and Spy”

20. Ramesh Raskar Successful Entrepreneurs travel to schools to speak with students

21. Julie Deane: Cambridge Satchel Company Motivated by her children being bullied at school, Julie started up her own company so she could send her children to another school

22. Lucinda Bruce Gardyne from Genius Foods Inspired by her child’s allergy to gluten and her passion for chemistry, Lucinda set about creating a loaf so her eight year old son Robin, who had a wheat allergy, could dip bread soldiers in his boiled eggs at breakfast.

23. National Growth across sectors Food & Drink, Edinburgh Information Technology, London Staffing & recruitment, London Manufacturing , Cambridge Advertising Technology, London

24. Assistance in choosing the most relevant speakers: By Curriculum Relevance

25. Assistance in choosing the most relevant speakers: By Gender & Curriculum

26. Assistance in choosing the most relevant speakers: By Gender & Curriculum

27. Assistance in choosing the most relevant speakers: By Gender & Curriculum

28. Assistance in choosing the most relevant speakers: By Gender & Curriculum

29. |THE SCALE-UP REPORT ON UK ECONOMIC GROWTH Sherry Coutu CBE Inspiration is local 15,000 + business leaders visit local schools across the country Business Leaders Spread Events Spread Employability Need

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31. |THE SCALE-UP REPORT ON UK ECONOMIC GROWTH Sherry Coutu CBE 40   Company Growth Indicators Company Size Indicators Source:  F4S Insight Reports 30 Sept 2016  0-10%  10-20%   20-50% 50-100% 100-150%n >150%      1-10 Million  Revenue 10-25 Million  Revenue  £25-50 Million  Revenue  £50-100 Million  Revenue   £100-250 Million  Revenue    £250 Million +  Revenue n   Indicator LEP LEP Ranking 1-39 LEP Ranking 1-39 LEP Ranking 1-39 LEP Ranking 1-39 LEP Ranking 1-39 LEP Ranking 1-39 Count of bottom  third positions  (Growth) Ranking 1-39 Ranking 1-39 Ranking 1-39 Ranking 1-39 Ranking 1-39 Ranking 1-39 Count of bottom  third positions  (Rev) Total Count of bottom  third positions England                               Black Country 30 33 30 34 36 26 5 29 33 35 25 28 32 5 10 Buckinghamshire Thames Valley 12 10 1 4 3 6 0 3 1 3 23 19 5 0 0 Cheshire and Warrington 31 15 19 9 31 25 2 23 15 7 5 8 7 0 2 Coast to Capital 21 25 23 16 16 10 0 18 25 20 26 34 13 1 1 Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly 36 31 38 35 38 31 6 34 38 38 35 35 36 6 12 Coventry and Warwickshire 11 12 10 12 11 30 1 14 7 16 9 26 6 0 1 Cumbria 24 39 37 37 35 36 5 39 37 38 35 17 36 5 10 Derby, Derbyshire, Nottingham and Nottinghamshire 18 13 18 15 19 21 0 17 14 14 13 12 30 1 1 Dorset 13 23 16 19 21 13 0 15 18 12 19 35 27 2 2 Enterprise M3 4 3 5 5 5 5 0 6 5 6 2 4 3 0 0 Gloucestershire 20 22 24 32 24 19 1 25 17 13 7 22 14 0 1 Greater Birmingham and Solihull 16 24 29 20 22 24 1 24 28 34 22 9 15 2 3 Greater Cambridge & Greater Peterborough 1 4 3 2 9 3 0 2 4 4 3 2 12 0 0 Greater Lincolnshire 32 35 34 38 33 38 6 36 32 24 31 27 29 5 11 Greater Manchester 29 26 22 25 26 22 1 27 20 21 8 14 26 1 2 Heart of the South West 15 14 14 23 32 29 2 16 23 19 20 20 20 0 2 Hertfordshire 6 9 8 11 8 8 0 9 10 11 11 13 4 0 0 Humber 35 34 26 36 27 35 5 32 31 28 35 35 28 6 11 Lancashire 25 28 33 39 30 20 4 30 21 18 29 30 33 4 8 Leeds City Region 14 16 11 13 12 15 0 13 12 5 14 16 10 0 0 Leicester and Leicestershire 9 5 7 24 14 9 0 7 11 22 12 18 23 0 0 Liverpool City Region 37 38 35 33 29 37 6 37 36 33 30 31 34 6 12 London 2 7 6 3 2 1 0 5 3 2 4 5 2 0 0 New Anglia 5 6 15 10 7 11 0 8 8 17 24 25 36 1 1 North Eastern 34 36 27 27 25 32 5 33 22 26 34 33 19 3 8 Northamptonshire 27 30 20 26 28 16 3 26 19 32 16 3 18 1 4 Oxfordshire 10 8 13 6 13 23 0 10 16 15 15 23 16 0 0 Sheffield City Region 22 18 21 21 23 28 1 20 26 23 17 32 22 1 2 Solent 8 1 4 7 4 7 0 4 6 8 10 15 9 0 0 South East 28 32 28 29 20 27 5 28 27 29 33 29 35 6 11 South East Midlands 19 21 17 18 18 18 0 19 24 36 21 10 21 1 1 Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire 33 37 39 30 34 39 6 38 39 25 32 6 31 4 10 Swindon and Wiltshire 23 17 32 28 15 14 2 22 30 37 28 24 17 3 5 Tees Valley 39 27 31 22 37 33 5 31 34 30 27 11 25 4 9 Thames Valley Berkshire 3 2 2 1 1 2 0 1 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 The Marches 38 29 36 31 38 34 6 35 35 31 35 35 36 6 12 West of England 7 20 9 14 10 4 0 11 13 9 6 7 11 0 0 Worcestershire 26 19 25 17 17 17 0 21 29 27 35 21 24 3 3 York and North Yorkshire 17 11 12 8 6 12 0 12 9 10 18 35 8 1 1 LEPs Business Inventory Indicator of Business Growth and Revenue Band

32. |THE SCALE-UP REPORT ON UK ECONOMIC GROWTH Sherry Coutu CBE 41 LEPs displayed by Business Inventory Growth and Revenue Indicators

33. |THE SCALE-UP REPORT ON UK ECONOMIC GROWTH Sherry Coutu CBE If we group the LEP by their CEC cold spot analysis and then overlay where the most F4S employability encounters are taking place, it allows us to see where we would like to concentrate our efforts the most 42

34. |THE SCALE-UP REPORT ON UK ECONOMIC GROWTH Sherry Coutu CBE Green = Top 10, Red = Bottom 10 and Amber = middle 19 43 DRAFT ******COMPLETELY CONFIDENTIAL********

35. |THE SCALE-UP REPORT ON UK ECONOMIC GROWTH Sherry Coutu CBE UCL Academy, North West London (click on the images to see an example of each series of events) Case Studies ● Impact: ○ Sharpened students understanding of future careers. ○ Showed intricate links between the Science, Maths, Technology and Engineering areas. ○ Showed students how interesting and fun STEM can be.

36. |THE SCALE-UP REPORT ON UK ECONOMIC GROWTH Sherry Coutu CBE Bobby Ahmadzadeh, a Teach First ambassador Brentford School for Girls, West London I was excited by how well it went and how positive the reactions were. Several experienced members of staff at our school that often organise public speaking events said they had never seen an event so amazing! It was extremely impactful, and the variety and caliber of people took our breath away. Bobby Ahmadzadeh, a Teach First ambassador heard about Founders4schools from a colleague and created an event for his economics students. Immediately after the event, the school’s assistant headteacher asked him how this was organised and booked one more event for the beginning of the next academic year, for their Year 10 students. She then repeated this for their next cohort. Case Studies

37. 46 DRAFT ******COMPLETELY CONFIDENTIAL******** Q3 2016: 1 of 39 LEPs by Student-Employer Encounters per 100,000 students 22 teachers have arranged 14,996 Student - Employer encounters

38. 47 DRAFT ******COMPLETELY CONFIDENTIAL******** Q3 2016: 2 of 39 LEPs by Student-Employer Encounters / 100,000 students 2 teachers have arranged 3,340 Student - Employer encounters

39. 48 DRAFT ******COMPLETELY CONFIDENTIAL******** Q3 2016: 3 of 39 LEPs by Student-Employer Encounters / 100,000 students 71 teachers have arranged 39,328 Student - Employer encounters

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42. EnterpriseM3

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44. Every young person could have at least 100 hours experience of the world of work, in some form, by the time they reach the age of 16

45. Every secondary school and college should have up- to-date, user-friendly labour market intelligence/information (LMI) readily accessible.

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52. Today’s students will be working for and creating tomorrow’s companies….

53. Empowering YOU https://www.founders4schools.org.uk

54. - big picture view of edtech (its important for the future of education) - how “edtech tools" like F4S can tackle big challenges (practically enabling teachers to access entrepreneurs but also the wider employability challenge); - how the opening up of the DfE pupil database could enable Britain to become a major edtech power.

55. “Tinker Tailor Soldier and Spy”

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