Secondary

Cross-curricular

Enterprise

The Trading Floor game is designed for larger group enrichment activities or enterprise days.  Students, working in teams, buy and sell as if they are on a real stock market trading floor. The game content is the same as the Dealing Room version but... Read more

Financial Capability

Stock Market Challenge supports the development of Financial Capability in the key areas of maths and functional skills. ... Read more

Work-related Learning

In its authentic recreation of a simulated working environment, Stock Market Challenge helps young people prepare for and learn about the world of work.  As an experiential learning activity, it fosters an understanding of the knowledge and skills... Read more

PSHE

Stock Market Challenge supports students in developing their ability to make informed decisions about their lives. It helps them acquire the knowledge, understanding, skills and attitudes in terms of their economic well being.  It has a proven track... Read more

Testimonial videos:

Barry McGurk, Business Education
Cardinal Newman High School

Trading Floor Team Building
Kellogg's Sales Conference

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"The Y12s who took part in the Enterprise Network competition were really motivated by the challenge. To watch the students' efforts and thought processes - not to mention the competition between teams - has been a very positive experience."

Nigel Owen, Initiative Leader for Vocational Business, Wales High School

"This is an excellent programme which the students thoroughly enjoyed.  It offered learning opportunities which are difficult to provide in a normal school timetable."

Dermot Gallagher, Head of Business Studies, St. Brigidís College

“It highlights the use of information to make decisions, how information is based on raw numbers, and the ability to use this in making decisions which have a consequence (i.e. losing/making money).”

Ursula OíHagan, Business Studies Teacher, St. Roseís Dominican College

"A fantastic resource developing skills such as decision making, teamwork and problem solving. The pupils love it."

Paul Bulik, Business Studies, Firrhill High School, Edinburgh

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