Jewellery, DIY kits, plants, art, toys and craft....what is this? It's Class of Cyan's creations and they will be selling it next week in Cyan's Kidpreneur's Market Day
Cyan has been preparing for their market day. Over the last eight weeks, day in and out, Cyan had been learning about how to start their own business. They learnt the crucial steps of creating business structures, designing a product or service, researching their target market, prototyping, making production lines and calculating revenue, costs and profit. There has been a lot to learn. Above are some of their products that they will sell on Thursday Week 9 15th September in the afternoon @ 2:30pm until 3:30pm. Come and support our students in their first foray into entrepreneurship.
What? Cyan Market Day (young students' business ideas)
When? Thursday 15th September 2:30pm onwards
How did this all start?
We were inspired by the work of Tania and Creel Price who run Club Kidpreneur
What is Club Kidpreneur?
In their words...Since 2010, Club Kidpreneur Foundation has played a pivotal role in entrepreneurial education with programs specifically designed for primary school students aged 10-12.
Club Kidpreneur exists to spark an entrepreneurial spirit in the next generation, equipping and empowering them with the confidence, resilience, creativity and critical thinking to thrive in their future careers.
Club Kidpreneur program’s all help primary school students, working in teams, build their own micro-business, which can be used for social good. Kids learn the key steps of business from ideation to commercialisation and then donate their profits to charity.
The interactive, experiential learning allows kids to stretch their creativity, get comfortable with risk and failure, and build resilience and confidence.
The program is mapped to National Curriculum outcomes across multiple subject areas including Maths, English, Science and Arts.
Club Kidpreneur is proud to partner with government, business, schools and the community, bringing these key groups together to futureproof the next generation of job creators, employees and Australian citizens.
Learn more @ http://clubkidpreneur.com/
Below are some of Class Cyan's experiences and thoughts...