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Starting an enterprise after school club

Discussion in 'Secondary' started by lozgreeny, Dec 20, 2011.

  1. Hello!
    I am look for advice from anybody who has set up their own "young enterprisey" after school club.
    I have browsed the forums but nothing too much has come up.
    I am currently looking at starting up the club to year 10s but am not sure what sort of a budget I would need to get it up and running. Does anybody do anything similar in their school?
    Ideas I have come up with as possible taks and sales pitches for them could be
    • stationary
    • smoothies/ milkshakes
    • creating APPs
    • badges
    • bracelets
    • jewellery
    Has anybody tired any of these ideas before?

    I was thinking of contacting local businesses to see if they are willing to contribute a small amount for the pupils to start their businesses and giving all proceeds to charity.

    Thanks
     
  2. Hello!
    I am look for advice from anybody who has set up their own "young enterprisey" after school club.
    I have browsed the forums but nothing too much has come up.
    I am currently looking at starting up the club to year 10s but am not sure what sort of a budget I would need to get it up and running. Does anybody do anything similar in their school?
    Ideas I have come up with as possible taks and sales pitches for them could be
    • stationary
    • smoothies/ milkshakes
    • creating APPs
    • badges
    • bracelets
    • jewellery
    Has anybody tired any of these ideas before?

    I was thinking of contacting local businesses to see if they are willing to contribute a small amount for the pupils to start their businesses and giving all proceeds to charity.

    Thanks
     

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