Youngsters from Tenbury Primary School mean business

Ludlow Advertiser: Year three and four pupils pictured with biscuits they had made. With them are Stuart Skidmore pictured with pupils Harley Sayce, Mabel May and Stuart’s mother Barbara. Pictured rear are teachers Rachel Gittens and Charlotte Pitt. Year three and four pupils pictured with biscuits they had made. With them are Stuart Skidmore pictured with pupils Harley Sayce, Mabel May and Stuart’s mother Barbara. Pictured rear are teachers Rachel Gittens and Charlotte Pitt.

YOUNGSTERS from Tenbury Primary School mean business.

As part of their Dimensions topic ‘Out of the Box’, the children formed mini companies.

They created packaging, wrote scripts for adverts, went on-line shopping, produced posters and made healthy biscuits to sell.

The children were keen to find out how much money their sale of biscuits had made.

Funds from the sale were presented by the children to Barbara Skidmore, who is raising funds for a local charity to raise awareness of brain tumours. Stuart Reynolds from the Co-op in Bromyard Road donated all of the basic ingredients.

The children raised £107.00 for the charity.

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