Year 6 have really enjoyed taking part in an Enterprise project this half term linked to the Fuel For Schools initiative. We get weekly deliveries from Fuel For School but the children have been challenged to use the food from the deliveries to sell on a stall to parents each week. They have been responsible for the recipes, preparation and cooking and also the packaging of the food for sale. They have also stayed after school to run the food stall. In the final week we held an Enterprise Cafe in school for parents. Throughout the project they have developed their mathematical skills by calculating recipe costs and developing an understanding of profit.
Here is a summary of the money raised each week;
We started our Enterprise project with £10 and kept records of the money spent and raised.
Week 1: £39.41
Week 2: £25.01
Week 3: £45.73
Week 4: £26.60
Week 5: Cafe £44.92
Year 6 enjoyed a special treat and the remaining money is now ready to be used to start the next Enterprise project. Well done Year 6!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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