Agape gets down to business

Siyema Nyaniso served up some tasty treats. Photo: Supplied

Agape Christian School’s Grade 7 learners learned about business through the school’s entrepreneurship day.

All the Grade 7 children had to create their own stalls and sell their products to the rest of the school. They went all out by making items you would not normally find in a store and put effort in to the appearance of the business by decorating the table and even wearing special outfits.

Aidan Byrne sold chocolate-dipped strawberries and other sweets on sticks. Photo: Supplied

All the learners had the opportunity to buy goodies and have a fun day. Best of all, the Grade 7s got to keep the profit they had made, which completes the circle of how a business works in real life.

Meegan Matthee kepts learners coming back for another delicious soda float. Photo: Supplied

“Entrepreneurship day is really enjoyed by the whole school, including the teachers,” said school secretary, Theresa Jennings.

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