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Thank you for your support with Enterprise Week. We have raised over £400 for school playground equipment through the children's creativity!
This year’s Enterprise week was a big success! It was great to see more and more adverts going up around the school as the week went on and then the Enterprise Market on Friday afternoon, full of fantastic healthy products and enthusiastic sales people! Thank you to all our parents and carers who came along or gave their children money to spend.
We had dream catchers, key rings with inspirational phrases, smoothies, healthy popcorn, skittles and hoopla games, book marks, bracelets and lots more. There was even a basketball competition during Friday lunchtime which proved very popular.
After deducting the £5 seed money from each group and also the £7 floats (provided by our wonderful PTA), here are the total profit for each year group.
Year 6: £83.15 Year 5: £121.86
Year Four: £62.30 Year Three: £105.56
Year Two: £19.30 Year One: £27.40
This means that this year we made a total profit of £422.57!
Thank you for all those that supported the dress bright day for Lily. We have raised £370 for #onepoundwarriors
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