The Apprentice

Students have been given an “Apprentice style” brief to work on as part of an Enterprise Project. Each class will be given £10 to start up their new enterprise and will present the progress of their chosen project to the judges on 28th March.

The judges will decide which enterprise project they see as most successful and worthy of the Dragon’s Den Trophy and winners of either the £50 centre price or the £100 overall college winner. The overall winner will also spend a day with the marketing team to produce marketing materials to continue with growth of their business.

We have had some brilliant business ideas and the judges are really looking forward to hearing what progress has been made and to help students get their businesses up and running.

As a result of outstanding teaching, over time students make excellent progress and develop the knowledge and skills they need to achieve their goals.
Ofsted November 2019

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