News story from Haberdashers' Monmouth Schools

Sterling work from Haberdashers' Monmouth's Young Enterprise students

The Sixth Form students are creating handmade rings by upcycling silver-plated spoons.

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10th December 2021 — Budding entrepreneurs at Haberdashers’ Monmouth Schools are building the life skills and knowledge they will need to succeed in the changing world of work.

As part of the Young Enterprise initiative, the Sixth Form students have formed a company, called Sterling, primarily to create handmade rings by upcycling silver-plated spoons.

The company of girls and boys in Monmouth Schools Sixth Form is working hard on its project and company structures.

Sterling attended The Friends of Monmouth School for Boys’ annual Christmas Market to showcase the product.

The company has discovered that sourcing silver-plated spoons is much harder than expected.

Members would now like to appeal to the community and parents for donations of any unwanted silver-plated spoons.

If you can help Sterling with its project, please e-mail:

Haberdashers' Monmouth Schools (Coed 7-18) is a day and boarding school in Wales.

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