The S1 Enterprise Group have worked extremely well this year and have managed to raise the magnificent amount of £300, which they have split equally between their chosen charities , Cancer Research UK and the Motor Neurone Disease Association.
The group which comprises of Caitlin Davis, Fraser Dalgleish, Logan Davidson, Josh Etherington, Katie Gavienas- Tweedlie, Scott Kirkwood, Lisa MacLeod, Kian McRitchie, Max Smith, Heather Stewart, Mark Waugh and Matylda Wrobel set up their own company called “Enterprisers” and worked together throughout the session to create, advertise and market products which they then sold to peers in school.
The group created hand- made cards, delicious cakes, hand- painted candle holders and personalised mugs and also enjoyed setting up their own stall to sell the products. The pupils all contributed very well to the group and enjoyed the experience.
They also raised the highest Mearns Castle S1 Enterprise charity total to date.
Looking for the perfect Christmas Gift!- come along to the Open Area every break and lunchtime up to Christmas (or until we sell out!!) to purchase our wonderful UV Bracelets. The bracelets are ideal for boys and girls and contain some UV beads which change colour when you go out in the sun so let you know when you need to apply suntan lotion.
The bracelets are priced at £1.50 or £2.00 if you wish a customised bracelet with a name of your choice.
On Tuesday 18th December the S FACTOR returns to MCHS! Any S1 pupils who would like to show off their Scottish Skillz should contact Mr Wyroslawski at lunchtime in his room (D18) – this can be anything from Scottish Country Dancing to Air Bagpipes!
We are the S1 and S2 Enterprise Group. We are trying to sell rice to send a child in Malawi to High school. The rice will cost £2.99 and you can come to the support for learning base to buy the rice where Mrs Bonini or Mrs J. Stevenson can help you.
The members of the group will be wearing a “Rice ‘r’ Us” badge so you can give your order to them as well. The rice is white, high quality Kilombero rice grown in Malawi by smallholder farmers and is part of Fair-trade.
So buying the rice will help a child in Malawi go to high school and help Mearns Castle High School achieve fair trade status. Please buy our high quality amazing brilliant fantastic rice. We expect it to be flying of the shelves so get cooking and enjoy! Order today!
EPIC WIN! Huge congratulations to Sow Good Young Enterprise Team who won the Renfrewshire Area Finals last Thursday.
The team took 5 awards out of 7, an unbelievable result. Sow Good won in the categories of Marketing, Trade Stand, Business Report/Interview, Presentation and Overall Best Company.
They were also a credit to themselves and their school as they socialised with other young entrepreneurs throughout the day and gave a very positive and friendly account of MCHS.
Sow Good will now be representing Renfrewshire in the National finals in June so watch this space!
A special mention must go to Jason Cohen, Managing Director of the team, who has been unflinching in his commitment and dedication to their targets
Team Members: Mahnoor Akram, Jason Cohen, Ross Jamieson, Kevin Leomo, Lorna Macsween, Fiona Martin, Dean McKirdy, David McQuillan, Lauren O’Neill, Eilidh Steel, Laura Strang, Courtney Vijars, Lewis Woolfson, Joe Yaffie