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Lynn Grove award

PUBLISHED: 17:27 06 March 2008 | UPDATED: 10:34 03 July 2010

Lynn Grove High award

Lynn Grove High award

STUDENTS have been rewarded for their enterprising teamwork in an awards scheme encouraging young students to run their own business.

The East Norfolk Young Enterprise rewarded the Lynn Grove High School company All in One as part of its Company Programme Scheme, which is a government initiative encouraging young students to learn new entrepreneurial skills.

STUDENTS have been rewarded for their enterprising teamwork in an awards scheme encouraging young students to run their own business.

The East Norfolk Young Enterprise rewarded the Lynn Grove High School company All in One as part of its Company Programme Scheme, which is a government initiative encouraging young students to learn new entrepreneurial skills.

The aim of the scheme was 'to inspire and equip young people to learn and succeed in a global economy' and the student team consisted of Ellie Rowan, Melissa Taylor, Joshua Cushing, Gabrielle Gibbs and Emma Fuller.

The Best Teamwork award was presented on February 23.

Business studies link teacher Wedad Fanous said: “It was quite a long day for them. They left Gorleston at 6.45am to display their product at the Forum in Norwich from 9am until 4pm. I am very proud of them. They were very well organised and acted very professionally all through the day. It is great to see them win.”

The team is now gearing up to take part in the East Norfolk Area Final on April 24 at Yarmouth College.

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