Pupils taste sweet success in national competition

Coca Cola Enterprises
Real Business Challenge winners Bungay High School with judges Nev Saunderso

Coca Cola Enterprises Real Business Challenge winners Bungay High School with judges Nev Saunderson (left) and Karen Wallin (right) Picture: Coca-Cola European Partners - Credit: Coca-Cola European Partners

A team from an East Anglian school are celebrating after winning a national competition to create a marketing campaign.

Bungay High School pupils won the Coca-Cola European Partners Real Business Challenge, beating more than 1,000 schools, with a promotional project for the Special Olympics GB National Games.

As well as winning £1,000 for scooping the regional prize the team will have a VIP experience trip in London as and take part in a workshop designed to develop their employability.

Angelo Goduti, head teacher at Bungay High School, said: 'We are delighted and extremely proud to have won the Real Business Challenge Final – this is a significant achievement for our participating students.

'The girls, who are an absolute credit to Bungay High School, have demonstrated their ability to be creative and innovative under pressure.'

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