Chess coaching business by students
03
September
2014

Chess coaching business by students

Sean and Ryan are running their own chess coaching business as part of the 6th class  kid-preneur business in a back pack challenge. 

All the money raised by 6th class students will go to Bear Cottage and World Vision, the two charities the students voted for.

The children are making different things to offer and sell such as jewellery, headbands, key rings, bags and airbrush tattoos.

Ryan and Sean are offering chess tutoring with our Chess coach Miro’s support. 

  6th class will have two selling days in Term 4: Wednesday 15th and Friday 17th of October.

The items will be available for other students to buy on the selling days.  More details about prices etc will be provided closer to the date, so parents will know how much money they should send in with their children.

Mrs Dunn has been coordinating this with the students with the help of Club Kidpreneur, a not-for-profit social enterprise inspiring primary aged children to become more entrepreneurial and use the power of business as a force for good.

 

 

Categories: Chess & Clubs, John Colet