We’re on a mission to excite and inspire students to learn

The Bright Futures Experience is a menu of exciting activity-based, work-related learning and life skills workshops for schools and colleges.

Our team of professional presenters organise and deliver everything for you, leaving teaching staff free to support and enjoy the whole learning experience.

Why Choose Bright Futures Experience?

  • Students experience team-working, communication and problem-solving in a work-related context.
  • That experience is upbeat, practical, inspiring, informative and above all enjoyable.
  • All our workshops promote a ‘can do’ attitude and suit different academic abilities and year groups.
  • They meet curricular needs in a modern and business-like way.

Our Workshops & Events

Our workshops cover many topics and deploy high-quality, audio-visual material, to enhance the learning experience.

  1. CEIAG and Work Related Learning
  2. STEM and Robotics
  3. Year 7 Transition and Summer School
  4. Sixth Form Events
  • CEIAG and Work Related Learning

    • Employability Skills
    •  Enterprise Skills
    • SMSC –British Values
    •  Financial Capability

    The modern work place continues to change at a phenomenal pace with old industries making way for new industries and increasing international competition a given.
    To secure employment young people need to leave education as ‘job ready’ as possible and with the right core skills and competencies to be of use to employers.
    Our Work Related Learning (WRL) events promote the essential life skills of team working, communication and problem solving. They are linked to the Gatsby framework and can be used as evidence towards Gatsby benchmarking.

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    CEIAG and Work Related Learning
  • STEM and Robotics

    • STEM – Robot Revolution
    • STEM – Structures & Forces
    • STEM – Engineering

    Engineering is one of the most exciting fields to be in these days, with technological advancements creating a fast-paced and ever-changing environment.
    Traditionally regarded as a male-orientated career, engineering is now very much unisex, although there are still not enough women pursuing engineering careers and we intend to do our bit to change this.

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    STEM and Robotics
  • Year 7 Transition and Summer School

    • Year 5 & 6 Taster Events
    • Summer School
    • Skills 2 Succeed

    Moving up to ‘big school’ can be a daunting process and most of us will recall our first days at school.
    Many schools run transition events to help students adjust and minimise their worries and apprehension.
    Bright Futures Experience can help schools with this process through a suite of imaginative, fun workshops, designed to help break down barriers, get students communicating and develop interdependency skills.

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    Year 7 Transition and Summer School
  • Sixth Form Events

    • Transition
    • Independent Learning
    • Leadership and Vision
    • Employability
    • Passport

    Bright Futures Experience offers a suite of workshops specifically designed for sixth form students with material appropriate for young adults to help them learn and mature.
    The imaginative workshops are upbeat, interactive, fast-moving and  fun-packed;  designed to build good habits from the start.

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    Sixth Form Events

Want to book one of our programmes? Click here or call us on 01773 850246

What Parents and Teachers say...

  • Teacher - Head of Year 10

    Seeing pupils who lack esteem and are difficult to motivate getting involved and taking risks. One kid said ‘This is mint, Year 10 and we’re making rides, Mint!’ and it made me laugh’. Fantastic engaging and snappy programme. All of the students enjoyed it and said it was a fab day

  • Parent - Y9 Student

    I don’t normally get anything out of my son when I ask the dreaded question “How was school today?” but I couldn’t shut him up! He said that it was one of the best school days ever and now he wants to set up his own business. It has been so nice to see him being so enthusiastic about something other than his xbox.