Pupils show off talents
Pupils at St Andrew’s and St Bride’s High School rose to the challenge.
Along with eight other pupils from schools across South Lanarkshire, seven students took part in the Inspiring Enterprise Challenge, created and organised by Bright Yellow Thinking and South Lanarkshire Council’s planning and economic development services.
Working in teams, pupils had to master new skills to successfully complete a diverse range of tasks, including designing a new product for Borders Biscuits and developing an innovative new business idea.
At a presentation dinner held in Bothwell Castle Golf Club, teams presented their business ideas and took questions from judges.
Narrowly missing out on the Star Candidate Award, Jack Mitchell-Divers won the silver prize as runner-up and declared the candidates’ candidate.
The St Andrew’s and St Bride’s students involved were Andrew Oshin, Jack Mitchell Divers, Connor Tennant, Sophie Wilson, Lara Luntao, Thomas Pettigrew, and Bolu Olalnenken.
Super students St Andrew’s and St Bride’s pupils’ work was recognised at presentation dinner