Enterprise Club plan fundraising for local charities


Deyes High School’s Enterprise Club had a successful start last week thanks to a large group of enthusiastic Year 7 and 8 students.

Enterprise Club operates as a small business, which fundraises for local charity and community groups in need. Students develop their enterprise and employability skills by selecting beneficiaries, planning activities and managing a budget.

Ruby James, Amelia Armstrong, Aimme Wildman-Link and Charlotte Robinson are Year 12 Enterprise Club Leaders and run the weekly club with the support from Mrs Dainton King our Careers and Employer Engagement Manager.

Aimme Wildman-Link said: “I want to support Enterprise Club because it will help build my leadership skills and confidence. I want to help charities who are addressing poverty and improving lives to address the cost-of-living crisis. I also want to help younger students build their confidence and leadership skills which will help them in the future.”

Ruby James Year 12 added: I attended Enterprise Club in Year 8 and really enjoyed it. I want to work in a team with others and see what we can do to help others that really need it. I also want to give the younger years an opportunity to do something to help people whilst fun with their friends and learning new skills.”

The students decided to support The Big Help Project this term, a charity which helps people break the cycle of poverty and will be fundraising to feed families through the Big Help Food Club as well as other local charities.

Enterprise Club is open to all Y7 and 8 students and meets on a Tuesday lunchtime week A in the Careers Office in College @ Deyes building.

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