Georgia Whitehouse, from Meir Park, is a 12-year-old pupil at Blythe Bridge High School, who attended The National Enterprise Challenge Grand Finals 2014 at the Trentham Estate. She said: “I had a really good day and didn’t realise how big it would be or how many people would be there.”


Emina Sarikaya, aged 12 from Meir Park, was very proud of her group’s competition entry. The year seven pupil who presented the groups ideas in front of a panel of judges said: “Our pencil case included a plastic pouch to store your phone and see-through slots to put photographs in.”

Twelve-year-old Imogen Bowers, from Meir Hay, who had been hoping to make it to the final seven to present her groups ideas in front of Theo Paphitis, said: “For our pencil case design we chose the logo ‘reach for the stars’ because we wanted to inspire people to put more effort into their work and to reach their goals. I am very proud of our design and would definitely buy it.”

Source: The Sentinel

Photo: Abhimanyu Bose

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