Open for busi­ness

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - OPINION -

BUSI­NESS lead­ers of the fu­ture got a taste of The Ap­pren­tice in their En­ter­prise Week.

Pupils at St Ge­orge’s In­fant School, White Lion Road in Amer­sham, de­vel­oped their busi­ness skills by de­vel­op­ing dif­fer­ent prod­ucts.

Head­teacher Toby Long said: “The chil­dren thought very hard about the sort of prod­ucts their cus­tomers might want to pur­chase.

“A wide va­ri­ety of trin­kets were on of­fer from themed key rings, bracelets and fridge mag­nets to book­marks, herb gar­dens, coin banks and tea light hold­ers.

“They used in­cred­i­ble cre­ativ­ity both in de­vel­op­ing their mar­ket­ing ma­te­ri­als and in the ways they might at­tract cus­tomers to choose to buy their gifts ahead of oth­ers.”

Con­trib­uted

ON THE TA­BLE: De­clan Turner, Ellen Joslin and Is­abelle Ruther­ford, all aged seven, are ready to sell to cus­tomers at St Ge­orge’s CofE In­fant School

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