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The School: Rotherhithe Primary
Rotherhithe Primary, based in the London borough of Southwark, have been working with Enabling Enterprise since Autumn 2016. So far this academic year, different groups of students have been out on trips to top businesses and the whole school has taken part in a Challenge Day called Operation Moonbase, in which [...]

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The School: Hobbayne Primary
Ealing-based Hobbayne Primary School are in their first year of working with Enabling Enterprise. Students from across KS1 and KS2 have already started work on their Lesson-Time Projects, including Y4 students’ fantastic ‘Brilliant Books’ project to promote reading in school by developing a scheme to support students’ reading and redesigning a [...]

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The School: Isle of Ely Primary School
Isle of Ely Primary School in Cambridgeshire is an Enabling Enterprise Primary School. They have been developing key enterprise skills in their students through Challenge Days such as ‘Crime Scene‘ last academic year, where students became crime scene investigators to discover who the ‘Sugar Snatcher’ was, or ‘Future Transport’ [...]

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The School: Abbotsfield Secondary School
Abbotsfield School in Hillingdon have been working with Enabling Enterprise over the past few years to develop their students’ enterprise skills. Most recently, Year 9 students took part in an “Invest It Best” Challenge Day, with teams competing to win places on this trip. This day provided a great opportunity [...]

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The School: Blessed Sacrament Catholic Primary School
Blessed Sacrament Catholic Primary School are a large four form entry school in Liverpool. This is their first year working with Enabling Enterprise and following a very successful ‘Day in Politics‘ in March, the school are now in the middle of their Enterprise Fortnight. It was time for [...]

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The School: Malmesbury Primary School
Malmesbury Primary in Merton, are dedicated to developing their students’ enterprise skills such as Aiming High, Working in a Team and Listening Carefully, using both challenge days and lesson time projects the teachers work hard to ensure their students have opportunity to develop their key skills in the classroom. The whole [...]

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The Schools: Ackworth School and Parkside School
Coming together from the Wakefield and Bradford districts, Ackworth and Parkside are secondary schools keen to develop their students’ Enterprise Skills. Ackworth are currently working with Enabling Enterprise to offer a Challenge Day as a transition event to local primary schools and hope to extend such experiences to [...]

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The School: The Alderton Junior School
The Alderton Junior School in Essex is an Enabling Enterprise Primary School who have been Aiming High in Enterprise Education since 2014. This year they are developing key enterprise skills in their students through projects such as Year 5’s Active Minds and exciting challenge days, such as ‘Creative Spaces‘ lately, [...]

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The School: Southgate Primary School
Southgate Primary School, located in Crawley, is an Enabling Enterprise partner school who have completely embraced incorporating primary enterprise skills development into their curriculum. Over the past few years, students from Southgate Primary have been taking part in Lesson-Time Projects and Challenge Days. Today was an excellent opportunity for students from [...]

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The School: Willow Brook Primary School
Based in the London Borough of Waltham Forest, Willow Brook Primary have been developing eight core enterprise skills for the second year running with Enabling Enterprise. Individual classes have taken part in Lesson-Time Projects such as ‘Trash to Treasure,’ turning recycling materials into amazing toys. The whole school took part [...]

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