Mr Lauder: March 2015
Since the beginning of February the children in year 6 have been planning, organising and participating in the Nantwich Education Partnership's Enterprise Challenge. The children, in groups, were given £5 to design and create a product or activity (which they thought could be profitable) and then had to advertise and sell it to the local public. Last Thursday, 12th March, the children held their 'market day' to sell their different products and it was a huge success!
They would just like to say a big thank you to everyone who attended and spent their hard earned pennies buying products and enjoying their activities. As a result of the children's effort and your support they made over £100 in profit and this will now be donated to charity.
Yesterday, 16th March, was presentation day and the children had to present their products to 2 'Dragons' in the Dragon's Den (thank you to Mr and Mrs Smith for giving up their time) and a winning team was chosen based on their business portfolio, their product, their presentation and finally their teamwork skills. That winning team was the Crazy Golf Kids and they will now go through to the final at Brine Leas School on Friday.
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