Schools: Online Enrichment and PSHE

With the current focus being the need to get children and young people back on track with their education, the YouthPreneur course is a perfect resource to implement in (and out of) classrooms right now. Here’s why:

Students can do this course whether they are attending their school premises or not. The course can be done remotely, using a PC, tablet or phone – making it easily accessible for the great majority of students. This also means that the course can be done between school and home, or during the term time as a class group – and also individually, during the school holidays.

The course contains elements of English and Maths, in line with national curriculum – with scope to use different sections of the course to enhance on more English or mathematically focussed work. For example, Profit & Loss section has a number of maths exercises, complete with calculation breakdowns etc. Teachers can create more scenarios around calculating and problem solving if they want. They can also limit the amount of mathematical exercises they do to fit around time constraints.

There is no need for a teacher to work through every single part of the course with the students. They can introduce a new section with the children and leave them to get on the the exercises – checking in on them (either physically or virtually, depending on whether the course is being done in a physical classroom or not).

Work can be done individually or in a virtual or physical team. The course can be adapted so that challenges can be done in teams or individually.

The objective of the course is to encourage and promote creative thinking, self-confidence and problem solving skills through entrepreneurial education. The students will therefore be doing work that is centred around turning a passion, hobby or interest into a business. As the work is focussed on their interests, students will be more motivated them to learn.

A great PSHE resource. This course covers a number of topics from finance management to resilience and dealing with rejection. It will certainly teach the students a number of skills whilst preparing them for the outside world of work and enterprise.

The course can be used to emphasise the importance of education and how vital it is to our success and the achievement of our goals. Aspects of their school education are incorporated in the various sections of this course. There s also a section on Education Appreciation to further emphasise this message.

To view the course curriculum for our courses, as well as previewing some of the lessons, please visit the following links:

The YouthPreneur Online Course for 6 – 9 Years

The YouthPreneur Online Course for 10 – 14 Years

The YouPreneur 15+ Online Course

The YouthPreneur 7 – 14 Years FE Course

The YouPreneur 15+ FE Course


If you have a class or group of students you feel may benefit from The YouthPreneur course, you can take advantage of a one-hour workshop, which we can facilitate for up to 30 people, for just £50.

This workshop is run online and includes:
– A brief account of my own startup journey and experiences
– Key focusses when starting up
– Interactive “tagline” challenge
– Interactive profit and loss exercise with various business scenarios
– Resourcefulness
– Why it pays to be passionate!

You are able to securely purchase an intro workshop here and you can contact us to book a day and time that is suitable for you. To purchase an intro session for your school please do so here:

The Full Course – Discounted for Schools

Whether you take part in an intro workshop or not, if you would like enrol 10 or more students onto any version of the course, you can do so for only £17.50 per student. If wanting to buy less than 10 courses, you can do so at the current online discount price.

Individual enrolment means that students can work through the course in their own time, as well as in a group within a classroom or online. Homework tasks for completion of certain sections of the course can also easily be set by the teacher.

Upon purchasing the courses, your school would need to send us a list with an email address for each child (ideally a parent’s email address). We would then create a login for each child and send the login details to your organisation. Teachers and students can use the course comment sections or “contact us” links at any time, with any course queries.

To securely purchase The YouthPreneur online course class offer via PayPal or BACS (company invoice) please contact us