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The School: Ark Tindal Primary School
Ark Tindal Primary School in Balsall Heath, Birmingham is a school that positively encourages enterprise and the Year 5 students who took part in the Enabling Enterprise Business trip recently certainly represented their school well. Having just begun their Going Live Lesson Time project the young entrepreneurs were [...]

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The School: Pelham Primary School
Students in Year 3 at Pelham Primary in Merton have been engaging in enterprise projects since September. They have already completed the Trash to Treasure project and competed against other teams in the space-themed Operation Moonbase challenge day. They were eager to apply the skills they have been learning in school [...]

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The School: Archbishop Sumner C of E Primary School
Archbishop Sumner Primary School in Elephant and Castle have been working on their lesson time projects this term, and amongst others have seen Year 3 create toys from everyday objects and Year 5 save a games company by developing an exciting range of new board games.
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The School: The Meadows Primary School
Years 5 and 6 students at the Meadows had previously completed Enabling Enterprise trips and lesson time projects. These had helped to develop key enterprise skills whilst making a radio show and designing a new construction project, linked to the construction works happening at the school, during it’s expansion into [...]

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The Schools: Townsend Primary and Curwen Primary
Year 3 from Curwen Primary in Plaistow and Year 4 from Townsend Primary in Southwark came to Age UK having worked hard at their Enabling Enterprise projects back at school. Curwen students had done three years of different projects, building up their Challenge Skills along the way, and Townsend [...]

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The Schools: Stamford Hill Primary School
Pupils from Stamford Hill Primary School are no strangers to enterprise. Being a partner school they regularly partake in Challenge Days and lesson time projects to develop their enterprise skills. Year 3 pupils had the chance to put these into action on an exciting design challenge at the Young Foundation [...]

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The Schools: St Joseph’s, Reaside and The Meadows
The children from St Joseph’s and The Meadows have started their Enabling Enterprise programme this year, while Reaside are now in their third year of working with EE. All the children have been taking part in projects in their lesson time, from designing their own chocolate bars to [...]

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The Schools: St Peter’s London Docks
Children from Year 4 at St Peter’s London Docks in Tower Hamlets were able to put their enterprise skills to use in the real world on 11th March 2015. Having completed enterprise projects back at school, such as Trash to Treasure, this was a perfect opportunity to see how the [...]

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The School: Forestdale
Year 5 students from Forestdale Primary school in Birmingham have already completed several Enabling Enterprise lesson time projects. Their most recent project involved restoring the fortunes of a board game company by designing new and exciting games. The students had already developed enterprise skills in class and were looking forward to honing them [...]

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The School: English Martyrs’ Catholic Primary School
Building on their first term as an Enabling Enterprise partner school, these keen Year 5s from English Martyrs’ Catholic Primary School in Sparkhill were ready to put the skills they’d been developing in school to the test.
The Business: AHR Global, Birmingham
AHR Global are one of [...]

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