We are delighted to welcome Gresham’s School in the UK to the global cohort of education providers which recognise the advantages of embedding entrepreneurialism into their curriculum and are offering the ABE Endorsed KidsMBA programme.
Rated Excellent by the Independent Schools Inspectorate, Gresham’s School is a historic and vibrant co-educational school providing a fully rounded education to children from the age of 2 to 18 years old. At Gresham’s, pupils are prepared for rewarding personal and professional lives with the intellectual, personal and social qualities and skills needed to make a positive difference to the communities in which they live.
ABE’s Director of Business Development, Steve Smith said, “The KidsMBA programme fits perfectly with Gresham’s ethos, teaching children through project-based role-play, participants learn how to find creative solutions, develop self-confidence, presentation skills and the ability to share ideas in a persuasive and engaging manner, all the while, developing a foundation of entrepreneurial thinking which can be nurtured throughout school life. We look forward to working with Gresham’s School as they develop their student's entrepreneurial instincts and nurture happy, confident, resilient children.”
Cathy Braithwaite, Head of Gresham’s Prep School said “At Gresham’s Prep, we endeavour to provide a progressive curriculum. We offer our pupils an exciting and varied programme of activities above and beyond the traditional range of subjects. Whether mountain biking, fire lighting or riding the zip-wire in our woods; fossil-hunting or casting sea-fishing lines at the coast; learning robotics, engineering or coding in the DT workshop, or studying photography, making murals and sketching outside, we create fun ways for our children to develop beyond the classroom and help them grow into confident, well-rounded individuals. The KidsMBA will provide our children with further opportunities to extend their fully-rounded skillset and develop an understanding of the world of business and finance.”