Timeline Pilot Project

The ‘Timeline’ pilot project seeks to establish how schools can embed a more systematic programme of careers awareness into the existing subject curriculum, initially in the first three years of secondary education.  Twenty-eight schools across England have been participating in the pilot, which has included an audit of what schools already offer,  providing opportunities to learn about STEM-related careers, and to help identify innovation and change that could lead to better integration of STEM careers within the curriculum and wider school ethos.  

The 'Timeline' pilot is part of the wider STEM Careers campaign and delivered by the Centre for Education and Industry, Warwick University in partnership with  International Centre for Guidance Studies (iCeGS) at the University of Derby, and Isinglass Consultancy.

Two reports from the Timeline pilot can be found at associated links further down this page:
  • Lenghtening Ladders, Shortening Snakes, report arising from five stakeholder conferences in 2009, experiences of working with schools at Key Stage 3.
  • STEM Careers Awareness Timelines, Attitudes and ambitions towards science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM at Key Stage 3). Key findings from the first stage of the fieldwork carried out as part of the 'STEM careers awareness timelines' project.
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