Virtual Christmas Enterprise Markets 2020

Our Christmas markets looked a little different this year! Students had to get a little more creative and submit their business plans and photos of their prototype online. With the help of our Web Developer we were able to create an online virtual shop where we then asked students to vote over a week for their favourite product.

After over a 1000 votes – the votes were finally in for the winners of the Christmas Enterprise markets 2020!!

1st place – Covid Fighters with their festive themed corona kit

2nd place – Bundles of Joy selling Christmas hampers

3rd place – Avery Bites selling collectable macaroons

Well done, to all who took part. We were amazed at the creativeness of the entries submitted.

Mrs Kirby, Mrs Gillibrand and Mrs Thorp

Please take a moment and browse the shop here, voting has ended but products are still on display

Enterprise Christmas Markets

Many of you may have visited the Christmas markets, where you would have suddenly entered the Christmas spirit, with jolly music playing and many Christmas treats around! Thanks to some students in Year 7, 8 and 9, AGGS enjoyed a wide range of popular stalls from scrunchies, origami, hot chocolate, a variety of iced cakes and cookies and a whole lot more! There were a number of tempting goodies on offer which were joyfully consumed by all years and sold out fully in the case of a number of stalls. Pupils, Sixth Formers and Teachers bustled through the doors of the main hall, both Monday lunchtimes, to the crowded stalls. Everyone was eager to purchase something from our students and to do some early Christmas shopping, whilst snacking on a festive biscuit or cake. There were clearly many wonderful gifts to choose from! The money which has been raised by our young entrepreneur’s stalls will be split 50% to them, 25% to the school the school enterprise fund (used to fund other enterprise activities) and 25% to a charity of the school’s choice. They are thankful for the support they have been given by everyone!

Written by Preet G in Year 7, Media Team