It’s been another busy week for the School Enterprise Challenge, with new schools from all over the world continuing to sign up. We would like to welcome to the newly registered schools, including Dasher Hat High School & B.K.T Ideal High School (Bangladesh), the first school from Mexico which was Luis Hidalgo Monroy, schools from Kenya such as Kibera Open Schooling (KOS Centre) & Vyulya Girls’ Secondary School and Grace College from South Africa.
We are also delighted to see the first schools from Thailand – (Chak Kham Khanathon) as well as Peru (I.E.P George Washington Carver) on board this year. Best of luck to all in their quest to create a successful school enterprise!
We have recently sent out the first set of educational packs for the School Enterprise Challenge 2012, which were Pack 1: Introduction and Pack 2: Social Media. These packs will help you get started on the road towards creating a self-sustainable enterprise, and provide some excellent tips and sample study plans which can be used to teach students about enterprise. If your school has registered for the School Enterprise Challenge but has not received these first packs, please drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To all schools registered – now is the time to begin thinking about what kind of enterprise you would like to create and what your business plan will look like! We look forward to hearing more about your fantastic ideas for school enterprises, and please let us know if you need any guidance.
We would also encourage all schools to create a blog to tell others more about your plans, and the Pack 2 mentioned above offers some great tips on setting one up. Please do let us know once you have created one so that we can help spread the word further!
If your school is not yet registered: what are you waiting for! Register today and be in with a chance to win the top prize of $5000 for your school:
From the SEC team.
The girls from Ondati Community School, Kenya show off their homemade bags