Business skills on show at fair

PUBLISHED: 19:00 24 June 2015

Pupil £5 challange stalls, Josh, Riley, Corey, Kerri and Imogen.

Pupil £5 challange stalls, Josh, Riley, Corey, Kerri and Imogen.

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PUPILS ran their own businesses at their school’s summer fete as part of a national challenge.

Pupil £5 challange stalls, Kia and Kinga selling icecreams.Pupil £5 challange stalls, Kia and Kinga selling icecreams.

The fair took place at Windwhistle Primary School in Kingsley Road on Weston’s Bournville estate.

It was organised by Parents At Windwhistle to raise £750 for the school and the entertainment included stocks, games and tombola.

Pupils organised their own stalls as part of the Fiver Challenge.

Youngsters in year six are taking part in the national competition where they set up a business with £5.

Mr Richards in the stocks gets a soaking from Aurora, Madison, Chloe and organisers, Sarah Newbury and Sarah Davies.Mr Richards in the stocks gets a soaking from Aurora, Madison, Chloe and organisers, Sarah Newbury and Sarah Davies.

They have to keep a business folder and make as much money as they can by the end of the scheme.


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