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Enterprise Enhancement Fund 09/10

August 2009, the Young People's Enterprise Forum annouced the launch of the "Enterprise Enhancement Fund 2009-2010".

The aim of the Enterprise Enhancement Fund was to further develop enterprise education at Key Stages 3 & 4 throughout Yorkshire & Humber by giving schools the opportunity to apply for additional funding for specific enterprise activities.

A Review of the Enterprise Enhancement Fund 2009-10 activities concluded that the impact, diversity and creativity demonstrated by schools provided significant evidence, and an opportunity, for YPEF to continue strategically investing in a programme which enhances the regional provision of secondary enterprise education.

In total, the Fund supported 84 schools in Yorkshire & Humber and over 10,000 students and 900 teachers.

Click here to download the Review of the Enterprise Enhancement Fund 2009-10

Some of the activities which were funded in 2009/10 are showcased in the Case Studies document, giving an overview of the diverse range and scope of the successful applications and the benefits to the schools: Enterprise Enhancement Fund Case Studies 0910.pdf

 

Enterprise Enhancement Fund 09/10: Participating Schools


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Activities supported in school include: 

Brigshaw High school, Leeds—Developed a social enterprise in the school supported by Education Leeds

Honley High School , Kirklees—A  whole week’s programme of activity based on Fair Trade and recycling

Halifax High, Calderdale—Developed an allotment project in school and did an enterprise activity based on the Olympic Games

Bridlington Sports College, North Lincolnshire—Working with Hull City Football Club on the ten week enterprise in sports programme

Stokesley School, North Yorkshire—Working with Partners in Innovation on the Solutions for the Planet project

Ryburn Valley School, Calderdale—6th  Formers in the school are organising a Murder Mystery day for key stage 3 & 4 students to attend

Thrybergh School and Sports College, Rotherham—Developing a horticulture centre where students develop their own horticulture and animal care centre

St Bernard’s Catholic High School, Rotherham—Delivered two enterprise activities around “The Smoothie Challenge” and “Clowning Around” for 150 key stage 3 students. Please see photographs below of the day’s activity.

St. Bernard's Catholic High School