Photo of the board of directors of Phonic Farm.

Young Enterprise at BSCS: A recipe for success?

Local accountancy firm Dunkley’s has partnered with Bradley Stoke Community School (BSCS) to launch a new programme for Sixth Form students. The ‘Young Enterprise’ company programme runs throughout one academic year and enables students to make all the decisions about their enterprise, from deciding on the name and product to creating a business plan, managing the student company finances and

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Students from St Bede's Catholic College, Bristol involved in 'Vitae', formed as part of the Young Enterprise scheme.

Young Enterprise success for local company

A group of Year 10 students from St Bede’s Catholic College have formed a company called Vitae which has become popular in the locality and won several awards for its original product. The team members and business directors include Ann Biju, Samuel Brady, Amara Fordham-Vizcaino, Gelo Tano, John Estopen, Kieran Wilson and Adam Ankudowicz. We spoke to managing director Ann

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