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Friday 21st July 2017 - Year 6 Enterprise Groups Visit to the Indoor Market

These are the two winning teams who made the most profit out of 8 teams overall. Overall, Year 6 made a profit of £217. They donated £109 to Macmillan, paid for the food for their party and left £40 as an enterprise fund for next year's Year 6.

These are the two winning teams who made the most profit out of 8 teams overall. Overall, Year 6 made a profit of £217. They donated £109 to Macmillan, paid for the food for their party and left £40 as an enterprise fund for next year's Year 6. 1
These are the two winning teams who made the most profit out of 8 teams overall. Overall, Year 6 made a profit of £217. They donated £109 to Macmillan, paid for the food for their party and left £40 as an enterprise fund for next year's Year 6. 2
These are the two winning teams who made the most profit out of 8 teams overall. Overall, Year 6 made a profit of £217. They donated £109 to Macmillan, paid for the food for their party and left £40 as an enterprise fund for next year's Year 6. 3
These are the two winning teams who made the most profit out of 8 teams overall. Overall, Year 6 made a profit of £217. They donated £109 to Macmillan, paid for the food for their party and left £40 as an enterprise fund for next year's Year 6. 4
These are the two winning teams who made the most profit out of 8 teams overall. Overall, Year 6 made a profit of £217. They donated £109 to Macmillan, paid for the food for their party and left £40 as an enterprise fund for next year's Year 6. 5
These are the two winning teams who made the most profit out of 8 teams overall. Overall, Year 6 made a profit of £217. They donated £109 to Macmillan, paid for the food for their party and left £40 as an enterprise fund for next year's Year 6. 6
These are the two winning teams who made the most profit out of 8 teams overall. Overall, Year 6 made a profit of £217. They donated £109 to Macmillan, paid for the food for their party and left £40 as an enterprise fund for next year's Year 6. 7
These are the two winning teams who made the most profit out of 8 teams overall. Overall, Year 6 made a profit of £217. They donated £109 to Macmillan, paid for the food for their party and left £40 as an enterprise fund for next year's Year 6. 8
These are the two winning teams who made the most profit out of 8 teams overall. Overall, Year 6 made a profit of £217. They donated £109 to Macmillan, paid for the food for their party and left £40 as an enterprise fund for next year's Year 6. 9
These are the two winning teams who made the most profit out of 8 teams overall. Overall, Year 6 made a profit of £217. They donated £109 to Macmillan, paid for the food for their party and left £40 as an enterprise fund for next year's Year 6. 10
These are the two winning teams who made the most profit out of 8 teams overall. Overall, Year 6 made a profit of £217. They donated £109 to Macmillan, paid for the food for their party and left £40 as an enterprise fund for next year's Year 6. 11
These are the two winning teams who made the most profit out of 8 teams overall. Overall, Year 6 made a profit of £217. They donated £109 to Macmillan, paid for the food for their party and left £40 as an enterprise fund for next year's Year 6. 12
These are the two winning teams who made the most profit out of 8 teams overall. Overall, Year 6 made a profit of £217. They donated £109 to Macmillan, paid for the food for their party and left £40 as an enterprise fund for next year's Year 6. 13
These are the two winning teams who made the most profit out of 8 teams overall. Overall, Year 6 made a profit of £217. They donated £109 to Macmillan, paid for the food for their party and left £40 as an enterprise fund for next year's Year 6. 14
These are the two winning teams who made the most profit out of 8 teams overall. Overall, Year 6 made a profit of £217. They donated £109 to Macmillan, paid for the food for their party and left £40 as an enterprise fund for next year's Year 6. 15
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