Entrepreneurial Exmouth pupils win business award

PUBLISHED: 12:30 03 April 2016

Year six children from Littleham primary school with their Best Business Idea award. Ref exe 12-16SH 8748. Picture: Simon Horn

Year six children from Littleham primary school with their Best Business Idea award. Ref exe 12-16SH 8748. Picture: Simon Horn

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Enterprising Exmouth schoolchildren are celebrating after picking up a business award - for fruit kebabs.

Littleham Primary School year six pupils were recognised for the Best Business Idea at enterprise award day at Exmouth Community College.

The children learned, in conjunction with Exmouth Community College, all about setting up a small business and about the four Ps: product, promotion, place and price.

A Littleham Primary School spokesperson said: “All the way through, students have had to think about how they can make a product that people want and how to make a profit on it. It has been a great learning opportunity. We would like to thank Tesco for supplying the fruit and to Stella from Tesco for coming into the school to show the children how to make fruit kebabs.”


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