Two of our lucky young people and the head teacher from Cambian Hereford School have been invited to the Tenner Challenge in Swindon.
The Tenner Challenge is Young Enterprise’s free national challenge for secondary schools. The challenge provides a highly interactive way for students to develop key skills including creativity, resilience, and problem-solving, using real money to take calculated risks in business.
Students (11-19) are pledged £10 and have one month to set up a business – coming up with an idea of a product or service they can sell and gain first-hand experience of what it is like to be an entrepreneur.
Our young people have been invited to sell their enterprise at the evening and will possibly speak about their enterprise.
Well done to Hereford School and good luck at the Tenner Challenge ceremony.