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Countryside Careers and Pathways: A Key Stage 3/4 scheme of work

Lesson plans and materials for exploring progression pathways at Key Stage 3/4 and wrap around the using Talking Jobs Countryside Module. These materials were developed by the East Sussex County Council Standards and Learning Effectiveness Service in collaboration with Plumpton College and Talking Jobs. The Talking Jobs Countryside Module was originally supported by Aimhigher Sussex. Talking Jobs was built to help teachers encourage their students to learn from everyone in work regardless of background can be found here http://www.talkingjobs.net/modules/countryside.

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