Making Things Happen

Junior Enterprise Challenge

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OVERVIEW & AIMS

You are looking for learning opportunities for your pupils that are both engaging and exciting. You also want to prepare them for the world of work. If they can develop enterprising and entrepreneurial skills, this will later help them into employment or self-employment – or perhaps they can apply their new skills to your Summer or Christmas Fair! The ECM agenda is a high priority and you want to help your children ‘achieve economic wellbeing’.

Through fast-moving, team-based challenges, your pupils are introduced to the concept of being enterprising individuals, as they practise running their own businesses. We don’t just focus on famous entrepreneurs and multimillionaires. We convey in simple terms what enterprise actually means – making it happen – and how being an enterprising person can have such a positive and meaningful impact on their lives now and in the future. Pupils everywhere find our Junior Enterprise Challenge a very enjoyable experience.

Our interactive material is original, current and totally relevant to pupils in schools throughout the UK. We take our feedback from staff and pupils very seriously and are always improving the programme to offer the best experience possible.

IN THESE PROGRAMMES, YOUR PUPILS WILL:

  • Enjoy fun, dynamic and stimulating challenges
  • Imitate the world of work by operating in non-friendship teams
  • Develop their communication and problem-solving skills
  • Encourage each other and work to reach their team goals
  • Discover the hidden talents of other team members
  • Enjoy practical activities and develop a ‘can do’ attitude
  • Find the programme challenging, enjoyable and totally rewarding

ADDITIONALLY, YOUR PUPILS WILL:

  • Learn about the drive to succeed, in both social and commercial enterprise
  • Experience a highly memorable event
  • Be enthused by strong audio-visual introductions to activity-based modules
  • Develop those key PLT skills
  • Touch on elements of the ECM agenda, especially ‘Achieve Economic Wellbeing’
  • Be asked to evaluate the learning experience

Your school will receive a comprehensive evaluation of the learning experience, based on pupil and staff feedback. All activities will be mapped to PLTS, the QCDA WRL skills and the CBI employability skills.

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