100s of greetings cards, 30 children and 8 teachers from 3 Primary schools; 1 amazing school trip!

Is it too soon to send Christmas cards? One enterprising team thought not!

It was a chilly, grey morning and a bracing determination that brought Southern Road and Woodside Primary schools and Edgware Junior School from across London together. The [...]


How to decide what to do with your future? Not your everyday decision-making task.

For a group of year 12 students at Haggerston Girls’ School the time for them to be making some very important decisions is quickly approaching. University? Apprenticeships? Course choices? All of these things may have a huge impact on the [...]


Creativity features high on the enterprise education agenda at Societe Generale.

Imagine that you were responsible for recreating society. And we’re not talking about a new legal
system or where to draw the boundaries between different regions. This challenge is in a whole
other stratosphere. Well, planet anyway. On this particular challenge day, our fifteen intrepid
explorers – [...]


From chip shops to accountancy: not everyone follows the same path.

It was a great pleasure to welcome Sixth Formers from Heartlands Academy to the PwC offices in Birmingham City Centre. The group have been following our Advanced Programme during their tutor time on Wednesdays and have been chosen for the entrepreneurial flair and commitment they [...]


Exciting 170 teenagers about a day of maths: a mission impossible?

On Wednesday we travelled to Leamington Spa near Birmingham, to enlighten Year 10 students about the power of maths and enterprise, and its ability to bring people together. Exciting teenagers about maths is always an ambitious task, but the power enterprise education knows no [...]


The customer is always right.

Understanding your target audience is a big focus of business and enterprise education. On Friday, children from St Joseph’s Junior, Brunswick Park and Edgware Junior came together at Oliver Wyman in London to complete a series of team activities that increased their understanding of marketing a company for a particular [...]


Year 12: empowered through enterprise education.

On Thursday, year 12 at Corelli College in Greenwich spent their Personal Development drop-down day working on project ideas for social enterprises to transform their school and local community. By using a project learning approach, the teams of students planned and presented their ideas. What the students came up with [...]


Enterprise education requires decision making

Decision making is an integral part of daily life. From what you’re going to wear in the morning to what you’re going to watch on the TV during the post-dinner doze, they are inescapable. Many of us also face decision making at work as well. But what decisions [...]


Artistic skills and enterprise education aren’t always thought of as a classic pair. Tell that to Downsell Year 6.

This week a group of 20 Year 6 students from Downsell Primary took on the challenge of creating a new Moon Base society, brining art and creativity to the forefront of their enterprise education at Argent’s [...]


Mix together a handful of chocolate, a dollop of enterprise and a sprinkling of numeracy…and what do you get? A business empire to rival Willy Wonka’s.

Students from Manchester Health Academy gathered together from Yr 9 to Yr 11 to take on the Chocolate Challenge Day. The teams had one day to launch a new chocolate [...]

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