Students spent last Thursday selling their well thought-out and executed products at Wandina Primary School’s Enterprise Day, developing business planning strategies while raising money for their Year 6 Camp. As part of an annual STEM project, Year 6 students created a business plan involving product development, testing and marketing, leading up to selling the goods throughout the day. Local businesses contributed to the day including Geraldton Bus charters, Tarts and Co, Bunnings warehouse, Greater City Geraldton, Rigters Supa IGA, Helloworld Travel, Woolworths, John Deere Geraldton, Reno Blast Geraldton and Hallinan Air-conditioning. Wandina Primary School principal Di Miller said Enterprise Day was a fantastic real-life learning experience for students while also contributing to school camp fees for their trip to Coral Bay. “Part of the business planning was around sending out letters to businesses for support so that students had the resources they needed to make their product,” she said. “Students also sought customer feedback about their products and made the connection between what items were the best sellers and why.” Parents and community members attended on the day and purchased goods.