For the first time ever, The National Enterprise Challenge Finals was streamed to schools and homes all across the UK

 

As a company we have been amazed by the creativity, entrepreneurialism and business acumen demonstrated by the students that we have worked with and it was important to us to ensure that their hard work did not go to waste.

This year’s finals was vastly different to the planned celebration of enterprise; however we endeavoured to bring you the very best event possible, with celebrity host Ben Hanlin, TNEC ambassador Nick Jenkins and CEO and Co-founder of Grenade, Alan Barratt.

Pupils from schools all across the country tuned into the live stream of the finals on 15th July 2020.

Co-founder of The National Enterprise Challenge, Michael Dyer said “We were overwhelmed by the standard of the entries that we saw and to see so many people meeting up to watch the event in a socially distanced manner was a credit to the schools, teachers and students. Some of the reactions that we saw on social media were the exact reason that we set up the challenge! To see people so happy to be in the final and to win awards is a really humbling experience, we even saw examples of schools that didn’t win congratulating the winners and that is great to see. Whilst it wasn’t the event that we had originally planned, the feedback was great and we are really glad that everyone enjoyed the event”.

Don’t worry if you missed out watching the event, follow the link below to watch the event in your own leisure …

A huge congratulations to our overall Key Stage 3 & 4 champions

 

Key Stage 3 Champions – Air Products Challenge

“Team Erosafety” – Walton Priory Middle School

Key Stage 4 Champions – Grenade Challenge

“Team Applezilla” – The Bourne Academy

 

Additional Awards

 

Most Enterprising Girl – Key Stage 3

Olwen Yates – Walton Priory Middle School

Most Enterprising Boy – Key Stage 3

Alfie Matthews – Burton Borough School

Most Enterprising Girl – Key Stage 4

Isma Rahiem – King Edward VI Handsworth Woods Girls Academy

Most Enterprising Boy – Key Stage 4

Freddie Barnes – Thornhill Academy

Most Enterprising Teacher 

Stella Neal – John Hampden Grammar School

Most Enterprising School

Kingsmead School