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Enterprise skills in Juniors

Enterprise skills in Juniors


enterprise skills

Lower Third recently sharpened their enterprise skills and raised over £600 in the process – an outstanding achievement for a class project by eleven pupils.

The class held fairs where the sold items including hand-made jewellery, arts and crafts. With the two enterprise sessions, the class made £672.10, and donated it to charity, Alzheimer Scotland. Fiona Matthews, Alzheimer Scotland Dementia advisor for Perthshire, thanked the pupils for their donation and said:

“It is very much appreciated and will enable the organisation to continue to support people living with dementia and their families in the area.”

The donation will help the charity in a number of ways, including continuing to fund:
– the expansion of local Dementia Resource Centres and Community Groups that keep people free from isolation and connected to their community
– the charity’s 24-Hour Freephone Helpline (0808 808 3000) which operates 365 days per year providing information and support to anyone concerned about or living with dementia.
– And the charity’s network of local Dementia Advisors who provide vital support to people with dementia and their families throughout their time living with dementia.

Congratulations to all of Lower Third and class teacher, Ms Alison McPhee for their incredible work with this important charity.

You can read more about Kilgraston’s other fundraising and charity work here and find out more about we are educating our next generation of business leaders.

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