Hi there. I start a new (NQT) role in September, and as part of my timetable I have to do a fortnightly "enrichment" class with sixth formers. This can, apparently, be anything, but the general rule of thumb is that it should cover something which they are unlikely to encounter in their existing studies and will give them extra skills/knowledge/insight which will help them in their next stage (either employment or further/higher education). I'm a maths teacher but have a "business" background and was thinking of doing something businessy. My current idea is, as the title suggests, to give them an imaginery £1m which they have to invest in stocks. We can then review business news etc and buy/sell each time we meet. I'm pretty handy with excel so can knock something together if needs be, but since it's only going to be 1 hour a fortnight I don't want to bust my balls over it. So, does anyone have a ready-made "toolkit" for this? I remember Barclays Capital doing a session at uni which simulated a week with various developments taking place - do you know of anything similar for post-16 students? Or does anyone have any similar suggestions which they've seen be successful in the past? Thanks very much - and hope you're all enjoying your holidays!