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BROADCAST

Live facilitated online sessions in your classroom


Broadcast engages your students via live virtual sessions from our presenters. Students get to learn all about entrepreneurship and develop real-life transferable skills through a customisable  programme.

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Assemble your own customised programme

Select a pre-made programme or build your own with our Experiences – ready-made live virtual modules. We will work with you to create a programme that best suits your school's and students’ needs.

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How to Be Creative

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Getting Comfortable in Your Own Skin

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Start a Business

What Makes an Entrepreneur?

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Career Passport

Your Future Dream Job

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Start a Business

Logos: Brand a Coffee Shop

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Start a Business

Your Turn: Investing in an Idea

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Career Passport

Welcome to the Agency: Advertising 101

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Level Up

Public Speaking Demystified

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Start a Business

Could Greeting Cards be Your Next Start-Up?

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Start a Business

Lightbulb Moments: Coming Up With Business Ideas

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What's Your Brand: Using Social Media

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Career Passport

Who's Talking: Interview Skills

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Build Your First CV

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Start a Business

Meet Your First Customer: The Power of Profiles

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Solve It: Plastic

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Decision Time

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Start a Business

Your turn: Invest

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Careers of the Future

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See our programmes

How does Broadcast work?

Choose an existing programme or let us help you put one together based on your unique needs.

Tailor your programme

1

Name your programme

You can decide on the name of the programme and on the amount of branding that will go into it from our side.

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Choose the Experiences

Get access to a library of 100+ engaging Experiences, all underpinned by High Performance Learning and meeting at least one of the Gatsby benchmarks.

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Select work style

Will there be breakouts in which students will collaborate or only individual assignments?

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Decide Facilitator location

You can opt to have trained Facilitators on the ground in your school to help out during the Broadcast.

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Have a great time

Don't forget the most important aspect – having fun is a part of Broadcast! After we wrap up, we will send you the results and the post-delivery materials.

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Determine devices

You can choose what type of materials will be used to complete the Experience. Will the students work on printed worksheets or on their individual devices?

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What’s in it
for the students?

Broadcast allows students to explore their interests, engage with new ideas, and find their passions. By enabling students to think outside the box and expand their entrepreneurial mindset, Broadcast helps set students up for the future.

Go hybrid or fully virtual

If you'd like a hand, you can have our Facilitators with you in the classroom – or you can go completely virtual. Broadcast is suited to every learning environment.

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CASE STUDIES

Harrow Schools

Student Age

Years 10 & 12

Problem

To mark the 450th anniversary of Harrow School in the UK, as well as the 25th anniversary of the AISL education group, we’re asking students from all Harrow-branded schools, across all age groups, to come up with 450 unique ideas and solutions addressing a specific problem pertaining to sustainability.

Solution

We saw this as a fantastic opportunity for students with entrepreneurial minds to utilise their problem-solving skills.Working together wit Harrow London, we created an exciting entrepreneurial competition that nurtures creativity and innovation - Sustainability 450.

Product

Broadcast - Sustainability450

'Through their work with 8billionideas, our pupils learnt valuable life lessons which enables them to think strategically and independently.'

Ann Haydon

Head of Harrow International School Hong Kong

CASE STUDIES

Esher College

Student Age

Year 12

Problem

Work experience is near the top of the list of challenges for careers leaders every single year. Generally stretched thin, careers professionals regularly grapple with providing a large number – often hundreds – of students with work placements.

Solution

Our award-winning three-days virtual programme - The Internship - was conceived as a way to alleviate the challenges faced by many careers advisors. In their placement, they get to explore activities like fundraising, website building, and concept design – always solving tangible, real-life business problems.

Product

Broadcast - The Internship

'8billionideas encouraged our students to be curious about the world of work through a meaningful and inspiring learning experience. '

Cat Elmes

Work Experience & Alumni Co-ordinator

CASE STUDIES

GEMS Wellington

Student Age

Years 1 to 6

Problem

WSQ wanted to take to the next step what the school was already doing in terms of importance of personal branding and self confidence for each student, while also building an entrepreneurial community within the school.

Solution

Our partnership with WSQ had the aim to reshape the way the curriculum is being delivered, putting Entrepreneurship and Enterprise into the school’s general offering which significantly contributed to ensuring students thrive in the ever-changing and complex world.

Product

Broadcast - WSQ Ideas Competition

'To launch such an innovative partnership with 8billionideas is a testament to the ambition we have for our entire community.'

Ben Raybould

GEMS Wellington School Vice Principal

CASE STUDIES

Royal Hospital School

Student Age

Year 8

Problem

Royal Hospital School came to 8billionideas with a vision for improving its learning from an entrepreneurial perspective. Having previously tried virtual solutions with mixed results, the school was eager to create a highly interactive environment for its students.

Solution

8billionideas helped put together a bespoke programme of Experiences for a cohort of students at Royal Hospital School. The sessions focused on real careers development and allowed students to discover more about the job market and the industries of the future.

Product

Broadcast

‘One of the best things about the programme was the amount of choice and Experiences available.’

Ruth Cooper

Compass Curriculum Leader

What teachers and students are saying about us

John Henrys
Chief Executive Officer @ Learning without Limits Academy Trust

Our students and staff love working with 8billionideas. They're professional, knowledgeable and bring a level of enthusiasm that excites and motivates every student they work with.

Rebecca Tear
Headmistress @ Badminton School

The 8billionideas team helps us unlock education potential in our pupils by connecting them to real and engaging experiences. It doesn’t just give them a short-term buzz but it generates long-term inspiration and ambition in the individual pupils.

Anita Gleave
Founder and CEO @ Chatsworth Schools

If you are looking for a passionate, resilient game changer in the universe of education, look no further than 8billionideas! Every team member is world class in their field; approachable, dynamic, committed and relentlessly optimistic. They provide phenomenal opportunities while enabling children a real opportunity to not only change their world but our world too.

Tailor your perfect programme now

Bring entrepreneurial skills and careers learning into your school. Get in touch with our team and co-design a programme that is perfect for your needs today!

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Frequently Asked
Questions

Can’t find the answer to your question? Reach out to our team.

What is Broadcast?

Broadcast is our primary way of working with schools, and is a live-delivery service bringing the best of our content to your students.

What types of Schools do you work with?

We work with education institutions of all types, both in the UK and across the world. We've worked with British State & Independent Schools & Colleges, including those part of MATs, in addition to International Schools teaching British and IB curriculums across the world.