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Enterprising pupils

Teaching young people about business

Encouraging enterprise amongst our young people is important. Enterprise education offers opportunities for Argyll and Bute’s children and young people to harness and apply skills for learning, life and work from early years through post-16 learning and on into employment.

Lochgilphead students, who took part in Young Enterprise Scotland’s Company Programme were crowned Company of the Year in 2016. Their company Deja Moo created canvas bags inspired by Highland cows.
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