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Primary Enterprise

Primary Enterprise

Primary Enterprise

Primary Enterprise

Enterprise has been a part of the non-statutory Work Related Learning curriculum in secondary schools since 2003 … and now it has arrived in Primary Schools too!

Did you know that Middlesbrough Football Club in the Community delivers a wide range of Enterprise Activities via their dedicated team of experienced staff in the Enterprise Academy?  We are now using the expertise gained over 7 years of delivering enterprise education at KS3 & 4 to also offer it to Primary Schools.

We have been delivering Enterprise Activities to schools across the Tees Valley since 2001 – and winning awards and accolades for the work that we do. We have attracted visits from Ministers and are the leading Football Club in the country for the work that we have done with thousands of young people.

You may recently have seen some of the press coverage around the recent Creating Chances project. The “Boro’s Got Talent” event was covered by the following media stations and two national newspapers:
Premier League World (aired in 40 different countries); Sky Sports News; Setanta Sports News; BBC Look North;Tyne-Tees TV (did you see the fantastic feature?); BBC 5 Live; Sunday Times (huge coverage and pictures!); News of the World; TFM; BBC Tees; Evening Gazette; Northern Echo; Boro website; Fly me to the Moon;

The Sky Sports' cameramen commented that the Enterprise Academy’s 'Boro's Got Talent' event was the best Creating Chances event he'd ever witnessed - and he was responsible for filming all of these events for all of the Football clubs, both this year and last!

Get Involved!

The activities delivered during Boro’s Got Talent were no different to the activities that we deliver every single day in schools across the Tees Valley – and which your school could be benefiting from!

From one day introduction to enterprise events, transition days, workshops about setting up a business and cross-curricular enterprise activities, we can help to support and enhance your enterprise curriculum, using the business model of MFC to teach pupils about business principles and to improve their enterprise skills.

Projects can be tailored to meet your needs – if you have an enterprise conundrum, we can solve it!

For more information, please contact Neil Couling at or on 07793844958