Deborah Eyre suggests how we can prepare G&T children for the many new career and employment options in today’s society

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Many schools are happy to leave assessment of health and safety on work experience placements to outside agencies, but does this allow them to properly exercise their duty of care? Ruth Bradbury examines the problems and provides practical advice on how schools can play a more active role in the process read more

The advantages of being part of a local authority where all schools have specialist status are enormous, as education writer Crispin Andrews found out when he spoke to headteachers in one of them – Plymouth

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Creating and delivering productive links between business and the school curriculum can benefit everyone’s future, argues headteacher Martin Ainsworth read more

Collaboration is growing in 14-19 G&T education. Sandra Howard and Lis Stock of the Gifted and Talented Education Unit at the DfES look at some recent developments read more

In this article, Beverley Bailey outlines opportunites for working in healthcare. read more

Madeleine White illustrates how to engage teenagers in the world of work read more

Christine Fanthome outlines practical strategies for school and college leavers read more

Christine Fanthome shows how students can gain essential employment skills. read more

Susan Johnson promotes land-based jobs for young people. read more