Business is blooming at Broughton Hall High School;Subject of the week;Economics and business

2nd April 1999 at 01:00
(Photograph) - Business is blooming at Broughton Hall High School for girls in Liverpool, where students are producing and marketing wooden flowers, candlesticks and hair accessories through their Young Enterprise company, Branching Out. The 21 sixth-formers enjoy the experience of working outside the A-level routine, combining practical experience with the theory learned in lessons. Young Enterprise has published details of how its Company Programme can support NVQs and Key Skills through Trainee amp; Modern Apprenticeship programmes. Website:

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