Young Enterprise success story at Biggleswade school

Young Enterprise at Stratton Upper School

Young Enterprise at Stratton Upper School - Credit: Archant

It’s been another success story for the Young Enterprise students at Stratton Upper School as pupils got to grips with what it takes to become an entrepreneur.

During the semi-finals – which were held at the Biggleswade school – team Elysian bagged the social responsibility award, best presentation, best trade stand and best company prizes.

The group came close to repeating the trick after winning the best presentation and trade standards awards again at Bedford School, but narrowly missed out on being crowned champions.

The story book written this year was ‘Where is the Farmer?’ – a publication written in dual language to help young linguists develop their reading skills.


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