Young Enterprise

‘9 teen’ are a young enterprise team made up of nine students. They make and sell crafts.  You can buy a share in their company for only £1.  If you are interested then you can contact any member of 9 teen.

 

 

Here is their ‘Easter Card Collection’ which will be on sale after the Easter Awards assembly.  Easter Cards 40p each.

‘9 teen’ Jewellery on PhotoPeach

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30 thoughts on “Young Enterprise

  1. The cards look great! Don’t forget there will also be some jewellry and bag tags – great presents for friends and family especially if they are personalised with a name or favourite colours… We await the orders!!!

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  2. i think the cards are lovely well done to the young enterprise who has made the cards i will hopefully buy two easter cards for my mum and dad

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  3. Blog Site looks very professional and I love the cards and jewellery on offer. Well done everyone.
    I look forward to hearing about how sales went after Easter.

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  4. This blog is a great way to let people know about ‘9teen’. How do I buy a share in the company?
    I liked the colourful designs on the cards. May I place an order for the yellow card with flower petals in Easter Egg shape. I’d like to pick this up after the Easter Assembly.
    The jewellery looks attractive – would make a nice birthday present ( Jamie please this as a hint!)
    Have you thought of including a price tag?
    Do you have any other products that would be suitable as gifts for boys/men?

    Well done ‘9teen’

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  5. I’m glad you like the cards, I will reserve the requested card for you now as long as no one else has bought it already. The jewellry is £1- £3 there are earings, a bracelet and some nice bag tags. Unfortunately ther are no Male gift things at the moment but we will have a think about that for next time. Thanks for your support,
    Mrs Marshall (Young Enterprise teacher)

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  6. i worked on the Easter stall . we sold lots of cards.
    they were good. we sold lots of jewellery
    the Young Enterprise group made alot of money.

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  7. We made some home made dog biscuits and the dogs at school loved them “Woof Woof”
    And we hope to make and sell some more in the near future

    Give us a shout if you want some

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  8. I don’t have a dog so how about making some ordinary biscuits to sell? I love shortbread and would happily buy some made by the Young Enterprise team. I would like to become a shareholder, as would Jamie’s dad and brother. So come on Jamie please remember to bring three forms home!

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