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After weeks of preparation, the day of the GEW Challenge finally dawned and the EE team travelled to all corners of the country, ready for an epic enterprise competition. Arriving at our four schools – BACA and PACA near Brighton, DACA in Darwen and Writhlington near Bath – we were greeted by excited [...]

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With the excitement of the up-coming Global Entrepreneurship Week building, we are thrilled to have been recognised by the GEW team with a High Impact Award for our event: The Aldridge GEW Challenge.

The event sees students from the Aldridge Academies and Writhlington School become social entrepreneurs for the day, as they come up with a [...]

EE launches Edventuring

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So many teachers have asked us to help them create Challenge Days for their schools, that we’ve decided to go one better – and we proudly introduce Edventuring.
Whether you want to engage students with PSHE, Citizenship, Enterprise or anything else, we want to make off-timetable days brilliant, by applying the Enabling Enterprise approach:

Clear, meaningful outcomes [...]

Bridging the Gap

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Cardinal Pole got off to a fun (and competitive!) start at the first event of the Autumn term. UBS hosted the Year 10 Business Btech class, who were challenged to design and build a prototype bridge. The students were supported by enthusiastic volunteers from UBS, and over the day they produced some fantastically original bridges.
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From the 14th to the 18th of November 2011, events will be happening all over the UK to celebrate and promote entrepreneurship. It’s a fantastic way to connect people, share ideas and bring out the next generation of business owners – and Enabling Enterprise is getting seriously stuck in!

We have six events taking place [...]

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Primrose
Mike was out meeting students in Birmingham this week.  It was an early start at Brookvale Primary in Erdington for the launch of our Mange Tout Module with Year 6. Students began their day by thinking about what it means to stand out of the crowd before beginning their quest to create a popular recipe [...]

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Mike got a chance to meet Year 5 at St Mary’s Catholic Primary  School today.  Following the Trash to Treasure module of our Introductory  Programme, Year 5 are half way through their quest to create a new, environmentally friendly toy. Today’s lesson was all about branding with each team designing a logo for Trash to Treasure and presenting this [...]

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The Enabling Enterprise team travelled to Haggerston School on Tuesday the 27th of September as the entire Year 8 group embarked upon an epic maths challenge. The whole year group was off timetable for the day and there was a buzz in the air as students filed into their classrooms, ready to take [...]

Operation Canal Boat

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A quiet reading area, a free play space and a giant canvas for an artistic creation… these are just some of the ideas given by students at Topcliffe Primary School in Birmingham for how their school could make use of a full scale canal boat. The Year 6 class was joined by the Enabling [...]

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We kicked off the new school year with a fantastic team-building session at Westminster City School, where the newly inducted Year 12s were thrown into the Advanced Programme.  By trading materials with each other, the teams were competing to make the most effective (and most attractive!) bridge – using only newspaper, glue, scissors and the [...]

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