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Business Enterprise - Success!

Following all their hard work surrounding the topic theme of Tribal Tales the children held a Business Enterprise afternoon. Parents were invited to view the children's creative work which included hand made cave art tiles, cave paintings and some very frightening portrait photos of the children dressed as tribal warriors. Squash, biscuits and homemade pakora were available and the children spent quality time with their parents and friends. We were also able to raise a phenomenal £189.30 which will be used to treat the children to a curricular enrichment activity.















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  1. Lots of budding business people in Year 3. Thanks to all parents who supported the children to ensure a great profit...Well done to Mrs Begum-Will's Mum for helping with fund raising food!

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