Learning Objective: To evaluate the success of the enterprise and the role played by those who worked for it.
Attitude: Determination, Self-confidence.
Relationships: Working with Others, Presentation, Communication.
Discuss with pupils the importance of reviewing what they did and, referring back to their Business Plan, if they achieved what they set out to do.
Ask each group to suggest changes to the way in which they would plan and carry out a similar enterprise in future.
Using Activity Evaluation Checklist, pupils identify their own personal successes – what they did well and not so well?
Pupils debate and decide what to do with any profit.
Ask the pupils from the winning group to give a presentation on their enterprise to the rest of the school. This presentation would be part of the school’s entry for the national competition and also a starting point for other enterprise projects that the school might carry out in the future.
Pupils’ achievements are recognised and celebrated by the school, governors and by parents.
Pupils will be able to reflect on their enterprise and value contributions made by individual members.
• Activity 12 Evaluation Checklist
1. Literacy and Numeracy Framework
Oracy across the curriculum
Developing and presenting information and ideas; Speaking, Listening, Collaboration and discussion.
Writing across the curriculum; Organising ideas and information, Writing accurately.
Reflect on progress, identify strengths and weaknesses and set targets for improvement.English | Español | Français | Deutsch | Norsk