The Social Entrepreneurs Project (SEP) introduces entrepreneurial skills and social awareness to the UK classroom. Participating second years had to devise business plans from a start-up budget of £10. This year’s projects included making and selling wrist bands, milkshake sales, tuck shops and other food and drink sales, house DVDs, and an auction. All profits from their ventures have gone to HopeHIV, supporting AIDS orphans in Africa.
Tonbridge School Community Coordinator: Mike Morrison