Enterprising youth

11th July 2008 at 01:00
Pupils from three Glasgow primaries have passed a national exam, thanks to the city's Central College
Pupils from three Glasgow primaries have passed a national exam, thanks to the city's Central College. They successfully completed the enterprise activity 3 course, which is approved by the Scottish Qualifications Authority and enables them to set up their own companies. The pupils, from Haghill, St Mungo's and Our Lady of the Assumption primaries, are part of a project run by the college's schools liaison department and the city council's Determined to Succeed team, aimed at preventing them from joining those not in education, employment or training. They were presented with awards at a ceremony in Central College.

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