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Doncaster school wins business competition

Coca Cola Leeds challenge at the Royal Armouries. Pictured are the overall winners from Ridgewood School with Len Dunne - Board Member of Special Olympics, Kirsten Donnaughy - Head Judge, Production Manager CCE Wakefield, and William Oxley - Director of Youth Enterprise.

Coca Cola Leeds challenge at the Royal Armouries. Pictured are the overall winners from Ridgewood School with Len Dunne - Board Member of Special Olympics, Kirsten Donnaughy - Head Judge, Production Manager CCE Wakefield, and William Oxley - Director of Youth Enterprise.

Students from Ridgewood School, Scawsby, have been crowned Yorkshire regional winners of the Coca-Cola Enterprises Real Business Challenge, a national competition to inspire and discover the business leaders and entrepreneurs of the future.

The contest is entered by over 560 schools across the UK and is designed to give students aged 14 and 15 genuine business experience, equipping them with some of the skills and attributes needed in a work environment.

School teams from across the region travelled to The Royal Armouries in Leeds, with Ridgewood School emerging victorious following their campaign to raise awareness and support for Special Olympics Great Britain and its upcoming National Summer Games.

The students now progress to the final in London on March 6, where they will compete against 10 other regional finalists.

 

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