• The EBP proud to be working as NCS local service provider for Lincolnshire

    ​The EBP are delighted to be continuing their involvement with the highly successful NCS programme working along side Lincolnshire Sport and Lincoln City FC Sport & Education Trust.

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  • NHS Careers Roadshow Coming to Lincoln

    NHS Careers Roadshow Coming to Lincoln

  • The EBP Recognised with Bronze Investor in People Award

    The EBP Recognised with Bronze Investor in People Award

    After an in-depth assessment in late June, The EBP, a social enterprise which delivers enrichment programmes for young people aged 5 to 19 years, has recently been recognised with a bronze ‘Investor in People Award’.

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  • The EBP Sponsors Two Categories at Lincolnshire Media Education Awards

    The EBP Sponsors Two Categories at Lincolnshire Media Education Awards

    The event takes place during the evening of Wednesday 15th July at The Engine Shed in Lincoln, and will be attended by approximately 200 nominees, together with their teachers, Heads of Schools and of course, their proud guardians.

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  • The EBP Announced as a Lloyds bank national business awards finalist

    The EBP Announced as a Lloyds bank national business awards finalist

    Today, The EBP has been shortlisted for The Social Enterprise of the Year category for the 2015 Lloyds Bank National Business Awards. The EBP is a social enterprise which supports the development of the skills of young people aged 5-19 in Lincolnshire, Leicestershire, Rutland and Northamptonshire, by delivering enrichment programmes for schools, the NCS (National Citizen Service) programme and work experience placements. Its aim is to support young people in their transition to adulthood and equip them with the skills they need to thrive in the world of employment.

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  • Schools Rise to the Challenge at The Lincolnshire Show

    Schools Rise to the Challenge at The Lincolnshire Show

    The Schools’ Challenge competition has five entry categories and nine challenges to choose from, all linked to the educational curriculum and designed to develop young people’s understanding of food, farming and sustainability. Schools select and research a topic, then set up a display about the project in the showground’s main Exhibition Hall to showcase their learning and understanding to the public.

    Each category was judged by one representative from the world of education and one from the world of farming, all working to a tight schedule to decide upon their winners and admitting what a hard decision it was, because of the high quality of the entries.

    And the winners were…

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