Learners from 20 countries joined Broadclyst Primary for an innovative global enterprise project
You might think that a school that won $25,000 at a major international ‘pitch’ event might skip home and put the winnings towards a new building or project. Not this school.
Broadclyst Community Primary School in Devon turned its winning business enterprise project into a Microsoft Global Enterprise Challenge, complete with seed funding, for schools worldwide. And now it’s flying the Indian winners – one teacher and five children from R N Podar Primary, in Mumbai – to present at Microsoft's E2 education event in Seattle (April 28-May1).