Pizza enterprise

31st August 2007 at 01:00
You have to hand the prize for enterprise to a former pupil of a Glasgow secondary, now working for a well-known pizza chain, who gave away free samples of pizzas outside his old alma mater on the first day of the new term, along with leaflets exhorting pupils to phone or text in their orders at the morning break for lunch- time delivery.

A pat on the back, surely, for the teachers who taught him creativity and enterprise, but perhaps the home economics staff might not be so delighted at the impact made by their healthy eating lessons.

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