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Resources

August 2014

Changing the World: A Beginners Guide to Social Entrepreneurship

In short, this guide is aimed at young people with an idea who want to make the world better. This is not a manual on social enterprise nor is it designed to tell you what to do. Rather it is a resource full of information, activities, exercises and templates that UnLtd has gathered over the last 10 years working with young social entrepreneurs and we want to share some of that learning with you in the hope it will support your journey in setting up a social venture.

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Guide for parents and carers

This document contains information for adults who are responsibile for young people who have received UnLtd awards. It contains background information about UnLtd and advice for parents and carers supporting young social entrepreneurs.

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Social Sparks

Social Sparks is for teachers introducing social enterprise to their students. The guide contains a scheme of work designed to develop skills and inspire young people, including details of 6 sessions mapped to Key Stages 3 and 4 English, Maths, Citizenship and PSHEE guidelines which also link to Business Studies. These can be delivered as separate lessons or as a drop-down day.

Teachers, please contact us if you would like help, advice or further information on using Social Sparks.

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Start Something Social

Start Something Social is a six unit programme for schools, colleges and other organisations designed to introduce and stimulate social enterprise. It is written for Key Stage 3 but is adaptable to Key Stages 2 to 5 and it can be used in whole or in part.

Teachers, please contact us if you would like to receive more information about the Start Something Social programme. If you’d like to get a feel for the programme first you can read the full introduction to the programme and scheme of work outline here.

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