Business week ends with exciting fun day

PUBLISHED: 16:00 29 July 2015

Mendip Green Primary  School, Worle Big picnic on the school field.

Mendip Green Primary School, Worle Big picnic on the school field.


MENDIP Green Primary School in Worle held a business week for its pupils and they finished the year by spending their hard-earned cash.

Mendip Green Primary  School, Worle Big picnic on the school field.Mendip Green Primary School, Worle Big picnic on the school field.

The students were given £20 per class and created businesses selling cakes, hot drinks and photo frames. They also put on cinema events, created hair braids and more.

The children made more than £2,000 and got to choose how they spent the money. One class rented an inflatable obstacle course while another paid for lunch. An ice cream van was also hired and one year three class took a trip to the cinema while others bought play equipment and headed to the beach for the day.

The school also held a year one wedding earlier this year, to see the incredibly cute pictures click here.

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