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The School: Byron Court Primary School
Byron Court Primary School in Brent is an Enabling Enterprise Primary School. The school has been developing enterprise skills in students through various activities including a Challenge Day earlier this year, where the whole school, all the way from Early Years to Year 6, created a range of creative prototypes [...]

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The School: Wheelers Lane Primary School
Wheelers Lane Primary School, in Kings Heath, Birmingham, has worked with Enabling Enterprise to develop the enterprise skills of their pupils for three years. The Year 5s that attended this trip were well-versed in the enterprise skills, with their familiarity and years of practice showing clearly in their enthusiastic approach [...]

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The School: Southern Road Primary School
Southern Road Primary in Newham have been developing eight core enterprise skills for the past 4 years with Enabling Enterprise. Not only have they done so via several Challenge Days as a whole school, but also through numerous employer visits to top businesses across London to put those skills to [...]

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The School: Ark Priory Primary
Ealing-based Ark Priory Primary School have worked with Enabling Enterprise since the Autumn term of this academic year. Their students have put their enterprise skills to the test in Lesson-Time Projects such as ‘Food Glorious Food’ where they have been designing their own recipe books from scratch. Today was the [...]

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The School: Byron Court Primary School
Located in the London Borough of Brent, Byron Court is a large primary school in their first year of working with Enabling Enterprise. The school’s values and motto ‘Believe it, Achieve it!’ ties in closely with Aiming High, and so today’s challenge was very fitting to put the students’ enterprise [...]

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The School: Christ Church CE Primary
Located in the London Borough of Brent, Christ Church CE is a one-form entry school in their first year of working with Enabling Enterprise. The school’s values and motto tie in closely with Aiming High, and so today’s challenge was very fitting to put the students’ enterprise skills to the [...]

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The School: Grendon Primary School
Grendon Primary School are a longstanding partner of Enabling Enterprise in the Midlands, having worked with us for three years. The school is located in south Birmingham. The pupils in Year 5 and 6 that attended this trip were therefore well-versed in enterprise challenges and skills. In January this year they [...]

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The School: Carlton Primary
Situated in the London borough of Camden, Carlton Primary School are in their 4th year of working with Enabling Enterprise and students at the school have been working hard over that time to develop their skills on a variety of Challenge Days, Lesson Time Projects and business trips. For this particular [...]

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The School: Pelham Primary School
Pelham Primary School in Merton, have been working with Enabling Enterprise for the last 3 years. The school is committed to the development of enterprise skills in their students through whole school Challenge Days. Most recently, all the classes from Year 1 to Year 6 were engrossed in the ‘Future Transport‘ [...]

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The Schools: Moorthorpe Primary School, St Cuthbert and First Martyr’s Catholic and St Francis Catholic Primary School
Experiencing their first Enabling Enterprise challenge, students from St Francis joined Moorthorpe and St Cuthbert in an exciting day. Having experienced projects and a Challenge Day, Moorthorpe and St Cuthbert and First Martyr’s were well prepared to support [...]

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