Portsmouth pupils show they’ve got the business skills

CHEERS Schools took part in a trading day at the Cascades to raise money for Faith and Football.  Picture: Malcolm Wells (121060-2982)
CHEERS Schools took part in a trading day at the Cascades to raise money for Faith and Football. Picture: Malcolm Wells (121060-2982)
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YOUNGSTERS from schools across Portsmouth put their business skills to the test at a fundraising day at Cascades shopping centre.

More than 20 teams took part in the trading day as part of Faith and Football’s Social Enterprise and Business Challenge.

Students have to plan and develop a trading business over a five-month period as part of the task.

Pompey legend Linvoy Primus, of Faith and Football, praised the students’ efforts during the day.

He said: ‘It went well. Last year we thought it was good but the standard has gone up again. I’d like to give a huge thank you to Cascades for allowing us to do it again and Ridgeway Mercedes.’