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PUBLISHED: 19:44 17 April 2008 | UPDATED: 10:53 03 July 2010

Yarmouth High School's New York visit

Yarmouth High School's New York visit

BUSINESS enterprise students from Great Yarmouth High School swapped the seaside for the city when they visited New York.

The pupils, who have formed their own company Kinetic Productions, stayed at the Pennsylvania Hotel in the heart of midtown Manhattan.

BUSINESS enterprise students from Great Yarmouth High School swapped the seaside for the city when they visited New York.

The pupils, who have formed their own company Kinetic Productions, stayed at the Pennsylvania Hotel in the heart of midtown Manhattan. They attended an international enterprise conference at New York University's prestigious Kimmel Centre, where they heard from experts what it takes to make a successful business. They also had the opportunity to visit attractions including a river boat cruise to see the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, walk through Central Park and see a Broadway Show.

Teacher John Cooper thanked Enterprise GY, based at Yarmouth College, and all those involved in arranging the five-day visit.

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