Further resources

We have created training resources for teachers looking for further support to organise career education activities for students. We have also identified some great external resources that can be used to teach the languages and STEM curriculums.

From F4S...


F4S Educator Webinars - Learn how to get the most out of the F4S Platform

We run a rolling programme of online webinars to help educators get the most out of the F4S platform. Learn how to use our platform, find out more about different encounter types, how to run career inspiration webinars and much more…

F4S Digital Career Inspiration Webinars - Bring your students along to our themed career talks

We run a number of online career inspiration events exploring careers in STEM, sustainability, entrepreneurship, apprenticeships, digital and tech to name just a few. Take a look to see our current event programme.

Maths4Girls - Connecting girls with female role models who use maths in their careers

Maths4Girls resources for educators including curriculum support, resources, and links to external items that we think are useful to maths teachers.

Sustainable Futures - Every career can be green!

Giving teachers resources to support young people to understand and apply sustainable thinking as they consider their career pathway options and make decisions about their future that are good for them and for the planet

Mapper: Navigating Digital Career Tools

Mapper is a free teacher CPD course exploring how going digital can give career education vast impact. It was created by our team at F4S, and leading social learning platform FutureLearn so that teachers and educators can learn all about the digital careers tools available to help prepare students for the rapidly changing world of work.

Find out more about the course and how to enrol athttps://www.founders4schools.org.uk/educators/mapper/

From Our Partners...

These links take you to external sites, F4S is not responsible for their content.

Institute of Physics - Limit Less resources

Downloadable career resources to help teachers, IOP members and volunteers inspire more young people to change the world and fulfil their potential by doing physics.

Future Learn - Learn How to Succeed at: Interviews

This free course provided by Future Learn has been designed and developed by experts from The Careers Service at The University of Sheffield to help you to succeed at interviews. Because being offered an interview can be quite daunting, they've put together a set of materials to help you prepare and be successful on the day.

From our Scottish Partners...


DYW Scot

Making it easy for educators to connect with employers so young people develop the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in the world of work.

DYW Live

DYW Live provides live sessions that support learners' development of employability skills, career pathways and industry connections.

My World of Work

Online resource from Skills Development Scotland that provides educators with a range of resources and opportunities to help you bring the world of work to life. Whether you teach in a school, college or uni, you'll find the materials, support and connections you need to spark career ambitions with young people.

Additional Resources...


Code Club - Primary school teachers - Invite a code club volunteer to your school today!

Code Club is a nationwide network of free volunteer-led after-school coding clubs for children aged 9-11. They create projects that teach children how to program by showing them how to make computer games, animations and websites. Volunteers go to their local club for an hour a week and teach one project a week

Apps for Good

Apps for Good is an open-source technology education movement that partners with educators in schools and learning centres to deliver courses to young people aged 10-18. They provide the course content, training and connections to expert volunteers, and then let teachers do what they are best at – inspiring and guiding young people.

Here are some amazing resources to support your teaching brought to you by Raspberry Pi and the Raspberry Pi Foundation.

The Raspberry Pi is a low cost, credit-card sized computer that plugs into a computer monitor or TV, and uses a standard keyboard and mouse. The Raspberry Pi Foundation is a registered educational charity to advance the education of adults and children, particularly in the field of computers, computer science and related subjects.

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