The National Enterprise Challenge has grown to be the largest school based enterprise and employability focused competition. Each year our challenges grow in both ambition and engagement for our students, but rather than seeing what we have to say, why not hear from fellow teachers and find out what they thought of their #TNEC experience!

Northampton Academy

We have been delighted to be part of TNEC since the beginning and have happy memories of transporting 12 students across London with full-sized telephone box and bongo drums for the inaugural finals. As a school, we use the process to link into the Year 9 Options and the Work-Related Learning Programme in Year 10, when skills awareness is key to making important plans for the future.

Karen Betty
Head of Careers & Enterprise
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The Kings CofE, Wolverhampton

The National Enterprise Challenge is a well organised experience, which is well resources and exceptionally facilitated, so the schools have little to worry about or organise. The teams come into the school and organise the whole day. Keeping the pupils engaged, motivated & enthused. Until the winning team is announced.

The locations of the final and the whole final experience is truly a great day. I know my pupils have been blown away by the opportunity they had when they arrived. And as soon as they arrived at the venue their competitive spirit kicked in and it was truly great to see, because it’s a competitive world out there, which ever career path they choose.

Chris Wust
Head of Business

The Bourne Academy

Walsall Academy

Lordswood Girls School

Sholing Technology College

Cheadle Hulme School

Kings Leadership Academy

Woodbridge High School

The Priory School (Orpington)

Staffordshire University Academy

St Edward’s Church of England Academy

Belle Vue Girls School

St Paul’s Catholic College

Horizon Community College

Altrincham Grammar School for Girls