Pupils at Wyche Primary and Nursery School took a hands-on approach to learning about business and enterprise.
They were so eager to gain experience from a retailer’s viewpoint, they set up and ran their own market stall.
With help from Nantwich Town Cllr Jon Hopkins and market supervisor Mike Elsby, they ran the stall in the town square for most of the day.
The children spent hours during lunch breaks and after school to decorate mugs, make pendants, jazz up bobbles, create book marks and brought to life some pebble pets.
Wyche headteacher Wei Lee said: “We are always keen to promote a creative curriculum and thought this experience would offer the children a deeper insight into business and enterprise.
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