Enterprising Yorkshire - Inspiring Young Minds

Primary Education Case Studies

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Make Your Mark’s winter newsletter 2010


Broadacre Primary’s enterprising pupils and their parents, as part of the City’s Make Your Money Grow programme, have organised a ‘Broadacres Got Talent’ show for the school. The pupils have taken control directing their parents to organise a venue, posters to advertise it, ticket sales and raffle prizes from local businesses. The Broadacre “enterprise” team are planning on creating a profit from ticket sales, refreshments and also by selling DVDs of the show too to invest back into their enterprise activities in the school.


Hull Youth Enterprise Partnership have chronicled the breadth of enterprising activities which took place in Hull during Global Entrepreneurship Week 2010.


The Hull Youth Enterprise Partnership are pleased to announce its line up for the seventh National Enterprise Week in November 2010 as part of Global Entrepreneurship Week the main sponsors of which are Hull City Council, Business Link and Yorkshire Forward and the Co-operative Group which will be facilitated by Force – 7 as part of their work as Hull’s Youth Enterprise Development Company and Hull Training. 


Hull Trucks Studio theatre was a packed house again as school children, business partners, teachers and various guests attended the celebration event for the third round of Make £5 Blossom on July 14th 2010.


Pupils from St.Catherine’s Primary School and Birkdale School in Sheffield have impressed some of the UK’s leading business brains to be crowned winners of Make Your Mark with a Tenner 2010.


Bradford Primary School teachers are getting the opportunity to attend ‘inspire’ teacher training days that will help prepare them to deliver enterprising activities within their own school curriculum as their schools enterprise champion.


A group of children from St Stephen’s CE primary school have received news that their handmade bookmarks are to be sold in Bradford branches of Waterstone’s.


All attention will be focussed on what the twelve schools taking part in the third round of the Make £5 Blossom scheme have done with the £150 given to them when the next celebration event takes place in July this year at Hull Truck Theatre.


Hull Ready is funded by Yorkshire Forward through the YPEF managed Embedding Enterprise in Education Programme and supported by Hull City Council, Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council, the St. Stephen’s Centre and the John Cracknell Youth Enterprise Bank.

Find out more about Make £5 Blossom and the CEI Excellence in Enterprise Education Award. 


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