48 Year 9 students participated in this year’s Tenner Challenge at Oakmeeds Community College.
The students were loaned £10 by the College as an initial start-up fund for their business. They had one month to trade and at the end of this, the £10 was to be returned and all profits donated to a charity of their choice.
The groups worked extremely hard at activities such as car washing, sweet/biscuit sales and dog walking. At the end of the month, the students had raised a fantastic £995 for a variety of charities.
The top four groups each raised in excess of £100. All the students were presented with certificates during an assembly celebrating achievement.
The winning group were Jemma Forster and Sophie Richardson who raised £147.15 for The Brighton and Hove Greyhound Trust. Runners Up were Megan Edwards, Raisa Hussain, Alisha Jordan and Laura Smith.
Well done to all involved!
Report and picture contributed by Oakmeeds Community College.