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On Tuesday 2 May, four enterprise students from Frome College attended the monthly Business Breakfast, held at the newly opened Town Hall. They arrived at 7.00am promptly to be met by a room full of local business owners and town counsellors.  The students performed a presentation explaining their school calendar project which received an excellent response, and a number of the businesses attending agreed to sponsor the calendar. 

The students had a very early start, and any nervousness was not on show and they presented very well. Frome College is very proud of their efforts so far, and there has been a very positive response from local businesses that are supporting the project already.

There is still some availability for businesses to sponsor the project and place their logo / advert on one of the calendar pages. All profits from this will help to fund a school counsellor at Frome College.

The student’s inspiration for this project came from the increase in teenage depression in the past few years, and the recent media coverage about mental health issues. With exams coming closer and closer for everyone involved, it is healthy to keep stress levels down and focus on work. The enterprise students decided to do this project and help the cause by fundraising for a school counsellor.

If you think you may be able to support them with sponsorship please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information.                                                                                                                      


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