Monday, 13 June 2016

I Think What They Are Developing Is Chantelle's Bank Balance...

Enabling Enterprise is working with staff and pupils at the Wood Lane school to develop life skills.
Chantelle Scott, education associate for Enabling Enterprise, said: “Challenge day is such a great way for the children to build on the skills they have been practising through their projects.
“We all had such a fantastic time – you could feel the buzz around the school.”
 And what vital 'life skills' does this impart, that's clearly beyond the reach of their regular teachers?
Year four, five and six pupils from Five Elms in Dagenham tested their problem solving skills by collecting evidence for a sweet-stealing scenario as part of challenge day.
Meanwhile youngsters in years one to three created colourful greetings cards.
*blinks*

8 comments:

Just Trevor said...

So a 'not-for-profit' (read: not even they are demented enough to think they could earn a living by peddling this crap in the real world) 'social enterprise' (fuck knows what that's supposed to be) is paid by a state school (in other words, the taxpayer) to piss around with kids doing trivial non-education time-wasting that could be accomplished in house by even the most retarded of the local lardbucket single mothers that schools needlessly employ in droves as classroom assistants.

And just how many parasitic outfits like this one are there in the country? So much for the idea that we're living in some age of historic austerity? You have to be psychotic (or a world-class piss-taking gobshite) not to see the layers of waste here begging to be cut.

PS: This week I am mainly not happy.

Just Trevor said...

From the above bunch of charlatan's website, an explanation of Why We Exist:

'We work to ensure that all students develop the eight key enterprise skills and attributes they need for success'

This is followed by a grid of nine buzzwords and mini-mantras.

Anonymous said...

Chantelle Scott...not one of the Buccleuch Scotts, perchance? Oh, sorry...I seem to have missed the big clue.

James Higham said...

Chantelle. Er yes.

Andrew Scarborough said...

This is the Prog/SJW's idea of how to privatise education.

Anonymous said...

Bunny

Cheers Trevor you raised a smile from me. This is why my daughter will most likely be privately educated.

stengle said...

The buzz the woman felt was the thrill of conning the public out of more money than she usually does

JuliaM said...

"And just how many parasitic outfits like this one are there in the country?"

I fear we'll find out - and soon - just what level of parasitism is fatal to the host...

"This is followed by a grid of nine buzzwords and mini-mantras."

A winning card in 'Bullshit Bingo' then?

"This is why my daughter will most likely be privately educated."

While that choice is still allowable?

"The buzz the woman felt was the thrill of conning the public out of more money than she usually does"

'The public' are much smarter, and would probably give her not one bent farthing. So she has the state do it fot her... :/