The Tenner Challenge is Young Enterprise’s free national challenge for students aged 11-18. It is an interactive programme that helps students to develop key employability skills including creativity, resilience and problem solving, whilst using real money to make as much profit as possible from the £10. Tenner supports schools

  The Journey award is open to individuals competing in the Company Programme 2016/17 across the UK and is an opportunity for them to tell their story so we can celebrate their achievements. We want to know about the impact Company Programme has had on the individual nominated, including the

The Department for Education has announced a consultation on potentially making Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education (PSHE) statutory in both Primary and Secondary schools. We know there are a large number of schools already delivering effective PSHE but delivery is not consistent across schools since the subject is not