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Woodlands School, Coleshill, Warwickshire is in their first year working with Enabling Enterprise, committed to developing their students essential skills to support their learning in school and future success in the workplace. This first challenge day was a fantastic opportunity for a group of Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 students to [...]

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North Birmingham Academy is in their first year working with Enabling Enterprise, as part of the Aiming High programme in partnership with Newman University. Previously, a group of students took part in a workplace visit. Today’s challenge was a fantastic opportunity for students from Year 10 to put their Essential Skills to [...]

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Based in the London Borough of Hackney, London Fields Primary is in its third year working with Enabling Enterprise. Previously, students have been busy developing a set of eight Essential Skills by completing Challenge Days as a whole school but also taking part in employer visits to businesses across London such as construction [...]

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St Catherine’s RC school is in its third year working with Enabling Enterprise. Previously, students have been busy developing a set of eight Essential Skills by creating and publishing their own school newsletter in the ‘Making News’ Lesson-time Project and participating in the ‘Greetings Cards’ Challenge Day. Today’s challenge was a fantastic opportunity [...]

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Stockwell Primary School is in its third year working with Enabling Enterprise. Previously, students have been busy developing a set of eight essential skills by completing Lesson-Time Projects in their classrooms, but also by taking part in business trips to top employers such as engineering company at BuroHappold, where they excelled on a [...]

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Riverside School is in their first year working with Enabling Enterprise. Previously, students have been busy developing their Enterprise Skills by completing a law challenge at Clifford Chance. Today’s challenge was a fantastic opportunity for students from Year 8 and 9 to put their Enterprise Skills to the test.
The Challenge: Operation Moonbase [...]

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Victoria Primary Academy, a Wellspring Academies school, is in its first year working with Enabling Enterprise. Previously, students have been busy developing their essential Enterprise Skills by taking part in Employer Trips to businesses across Leeds, such as their recent visits to The Civil Service and insurance giants, Aon. Today’s challenge was a [...]

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Located in the London Borough of Haringey, Greig City Academy is in its fourth year working with Enabling Enterprise, hosting events for its feeder primary schools every year. Today, no fewer than 10 primary schools sent a lucky few students from Years 4 and 5 to put eight essential enterprise skills to the [...]

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Based in Winnersh in Berkshire, The Forest School are in their first year of working with Enabling Enterprise. An all-boys secondary and sixth form, the school provides an inclusive education for its students, striving to develop the whole person and ensure that every pupil is fully equipped for life through core [...]

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North East Lincolnshire UTC is in their first year working with Enabling Enterprise, developing a set of eight essential enterprise skills in their students. Today’s challenge was a fantastic opportunity for students from Year 10 to put those skills to the test: let’s find out how they got on.
The Challenge: Bid to Build [...]

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