We're talking enterprise

10th January 2003 at 00:00
(Photograph) - Lauren Huggins, aged 11, a pupil at St Helen's primary in Cumbernauld, shows off one of the novelty necklaces she made for sale as part of the school's innovative enterprise programme, which is involving all 400 pupils from nursery through to P7.

Teamwork, motivation and commitment are all part of a child's education and are evident in the North Lanarkshire primary's enterprise initiative, headteacher Alice Quinn says. "Our generation thought it was taboo to think about starting a business but hopefully that attitude has changed."

It boldly goes, page 4

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