Read Andrew 'Bernie' Bernard's article in Children and Young People Now

28 May 2021

Read the full article here.

Bernie™s new book The Ladder contains everything educators need to know in order to be effective advocates for young people and their future aspirations, pathways and career aims.

Using the mantra ˜every adult is a careers teacher™, The Ladder will inspire teachers to explicitly link their subject area to students™ futures, both in school and outside its walls, and support them in doing so. Bernie draws upon his 30-year career in education and business development to bring clarity, focus and ideas to educators as to how they can best start students on their own ladders to success

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