From a young age, we are imprinted with a certain image of success. Whether it’s the grades that should be achieved,r the promotion we should be striving for; our view of success is often myopic, stereotypical, or even harmful.
This is the problem we set out to solve with our products: LaunchPad, Accelerator, and Creating Ripples. A world of experiences, a bespoke broadcast programme, and an interactive learning session - all designed to give students the skills and belief to change the world.
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8billionideas has been recognised from organisations both inside and outside of education for their forward thinking approach to giving students the skills and beliefs to change the world.
In 2021, the United Kingdom celebrates 300 years of leadership under a Prime Minister. As such, the future King of England, Prince Charles, wishes to celebrate 300 years of leadership and innovation by looking forward to what the next 300 years will bring. The Palace has selected 20 organisations from different industries pushing the boundaries of their industry and as such 8billionideas was selected as an organisation that is leading the way in what this generation of students should be learning. In June 2021, 8billionideas will be featured in a global publication in the launch ceremonies.
TES, formerly known as the Times Educational Supplement, is a UK publication aimed at education professionals around the world created by The Times newspaper. 8billionideas in collaboration with one of their partner schools - Surbiton High School which is part of the Multi-Academy Trust United Learning - were recognised for their creativity in education over a sustained period of time.
COBIS, a membership body of over 300+ British International Schools from around the world, recognised 8billionideas in 2020 as their 'Global Education Supporting Partner' for their strategic work with British School Jakarta in Indonesia. 8billionideas have helped BSJ move to become a distinguished school in the area of entrepreneurship, career education, and skills for the future.
We provide a safe place for children and young people to engage with us and the services we provide. Ensuring safeguarding runs as a golden thread through all we do is part of building a trustworthy connection with our users, and is something we never compromise on.
Our mentors and facilitators are carefully chosen to ensure they have the right qualifications and considered personal traits to best support your children. All of our team members undergo an enhanced DBS check and obtain the NSPCC Keeping Children Safe Online Certificate. Our mentors also complete a Youth Mental Health First Aid course accredited through MHFA England, as well as a Level 2 Safeguarding course.
We are always on the lookout for Team Members who know how to Work Smart and Make Moves. If you are looking for a new career challenge, please get in touch or browse our job opportunities here.