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Our Young Enterprise Team, have spent the last few months setting up and promoting their business Deja Brew. The company sells freshly roasted single origin Costa Rican coffee and have done exceptionally well in terms of marketing and profit.
Their hard work paid off when the team were awarded best overall company at the Isle of Wight Area Young Enterprise finals and they then went through to the Hampshire finals in Southampton.
They have now progressed through to the South East final in Woking on 5th June. The judges said they were impressed with their clear branding and understanding of where to market their product.
Ben Taylor, age 19, Marketing DIrector, won the Journey Award at area level and is now through to the regional final. The Journey Award recognises and celebrates the journey of a young person from when they started their company and the difference that it has made to them in developing a range of skills including communication, teamwork, confidence, resilience and problem-solving.
Vix Lowthion (Green Party Candidate and customer) said on Twitter ‘So proud of the team. Takes guts to put yourself out there’.
Katy Bell their link teacher said ‘The students have worked really hard and their achievement shows the real business talent we have here on the Isle of Wight’
Deja Brew would like to thank Wightlink for all their support in particular for paying for the students to get to the finals. Keith Greenfield, Chief Executive at Wightlink, said: ‘The experience and skills gained by the students through Young Enterprise will stay with them for years to come and Wightlink is delighted to have been able to help them on their journey. They should be extremely proud of what they achieved and we wish all the students the best of luck for the future’.
Year 12 Philosophy Trip
11th April 2019
On Saturday 6th April, a group of Year 12 students visited the British Museum in London as part of their Philosophy course. They had a look around and had a chance to speak to a Professor who introduced them to Biblical history.
As well as the Museum, they also visited the Southbank and Westminster.
Mr Porter and Miss Warren said the students were brilliant and embraced the challenge of being in London on a busy day. They are both very proud of them all.
12th November 2018
The 6th Form created a beautiful and poignant display for Remembrance day.