Junior Entrepreneur Programme
The Junior Entrepreneur Programme (JEP) is a 12-16 week entrepreneurial education programme for primary school children. Developed in Ireland, this innovative programme opens the minds of pupils to the joy of entrepreneurship while developing a number of skills including literacy, writing, presentation, drawing, technology, research skills, numeracy, financial, consumer awareness, storytelling, listening skills, creative thinking, problem solving, team building and collaboration skills.
During the programme the children taking part propose a number of ideas, with one of these being chosen as a class business.
The programme also has a significant impact on building confidence, self-awareness and self-esteem, and an appreciation of individual skills and talents of each child.
Check out the Junior Entrepreneur Programme for more information. www.juniorentrepreneur.ie/howitworks/
2019 Product: Party in a Pot - Slime Madness!!
Market Research in operation!!
We have been busy carrying out some market research for our chosen product ‘Party in a Pot’. We carried out a number of surveys on children in our school and our families and friends outside of school also. We then used our school chrome books to create spreadsheets of all of our data. We then made bar charts and pie charts to depict our findings and we presented these to the class :-)
Business Visitor comes to talk to 5th class
A huge thank you to Carol Browne, a parent in our school, who came in to chat with 5th class. Carol is an interior architect and owns her own business. 5th class got some great tips for designing their Junior Entrepreneur product and tips for running their own business!