PUPILS at Croxton Kerrial Primary School were given the chance to set up their own enterprises recently to try and raise money for school funds.
Each class was given £50 to invest in their business and they all came up with different ways to try and make the most profit from washing cars to selling cream teas.
So far they have made £530 profit and there is still one class left to sell their produce.
Teacher Michelle Young said: “They had to do it all for themselves. They had to take all of their expenses out and see what the profit was.
“I didn’t expect them to make that much. We are really pleased with what they have achieved. It was good for the children, particularly the older ones.”
The money will be spent on creating a new worship garden in the grounds of the school.