Thursday October 5, 2017
Pupils earning and learning at Market Day
Rare talent with rarer instrument Acclaimed French musician Antoine Tamestit will perform in Wellington tomorrow with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra on one of the world’s rarest violas. Tamestit, who is the guest soloist for the Orchestra’s Travels in Italy concert tour, plays a Stradivarius viola made in 1672 by Antonio Stradivari. It was the first viola built by Stradivari, and is distinct from the other 15 viola Stradivari made. Friday’s concert is at the Michael Fowler Centre from 6.30pm.
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Lauren Young, Ava Saulbrey, Esther Galloway and Dayna Wallace, winners of the “Crushed It” award for Best Stall at Evans Bay Intermediate’s annual Market Day last Wednesday. PHOTO: Supplied
cial literacy tool sponsored by Kiwibank - who was impressed by the many of the stalls, as well as the pupils’ sales drive. “Some of them were really hustling like a stallholder would with their cries of ‘stop!’, ‘come here!’, ‘look!’,”
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he says. “It’s really hard to pick out the best.” Parent Dina Demiri says the Market Day is a tool in which children learn life skills. “I think it’s fantastic. Kids need to learn about creating something throrugh sales and marketing.”
cat-shaped origami were also among items for sale. There were five awards up for grabs – Best Stall, Best Product, Best Marketing, Best Sales and Best Teamwork. They were announced by Marc McHardy - co-founder of Banquer, an online finan-
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The assembly hall was a hive of activity when Evans Bay Intermediate School (EBIS) held its sixth Market Day last Wednesday. The once-a-term after-school event saw pupils put their entrepeneurial skills to the test, with 40 stalls of food and crafts on display. EBIS deputy principal and Market Day co-ordinator Ed Trotter said it wasn’t just about giving children an opportunity to make some money, but also about improving their finanacial literacy. “It’s about connecting maths with real-world experiences, interpersonal skills, marketing and teamwork.” Ed says. “They learn about gross and net profit from how much money they make and what their costs are.” They also learn the key to success is knowing what the customer wants, he says. It appeared food was the popular choice in that regard – among the stalls were candy floss, sherbet, cupcakes and jelly, with some even cooking pancakes and dumplings on the day. Colou red slime, dolphin-shaped biscuits, homemade fidget-spinners and
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