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Rice Lane Primary School

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Enterprise Club

Welcome to this year's Enterprise Club

 










This year our Enterprise club is run by children from years one and two.  The children attend a weekly meeting which takes place every Thursday after school.  The club encourages children to become resourceful, imaginative, energetic and show initiative when faced with problem solving situations. 

The children entered into a competition that was asking for a number of things including a global issue, green issue, a social responsibility and above all the book had to promote Liverpool.

Several meetings later the children decided that they wanted to produce a book all about their Liverpool.  Some of the children also wanted some of the proceeds of the book to go to the sick children at Alder Hey hospital.

The children produced their own business plan and were successful yes thats right they are now through to stage two where they are following the points below to have another successful round. 

 




















































Step 1: Use your imagination
Step 2: Pick the best idea
Step 3: Tell us more!
Step 4: Choose a job
Step 5: Explore your idea
Step 6: Pounds and pence
Step 7: Shout about it!
Step 8: Ready, Steady, Go
Step 9: Add it all up
Step 10: Looking back
 



































































Children who are going to be leading us in this project are Joshua Hodson, Emelia Peterson, Reeve Owens, Tom Smith, Hannah Leong, Olivia Gore, Callum Johnson-Mills, Ella Mitchell, Benjamin Grant, Jennifer McCann, Clare Seels and Habibah Olayiwola.

The children have already been to several hot spots in Liverpool with a professional photographer Garry Owens.  They have photographed The Three Graces, Liver Buildings, Echo Arena, Albert Dock, Beatles Museum, Everton and Liverpool Football Club and many more.

The children have also had their very own interview at Radio City where they talked about selling their book.

The book is already well underway and will be available to buy at the cost of £5.00 from the end of January.

We need as many people to purphase the book to help our children through to the next round.



























































 
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