The 'Challenge' gives students a chance to get to grips with the economy, and learn how interest rates affect inflation, employment and growth. It also enables students to develop and demonstrate key skills such as team-working, communication, interpreting data and using IT - all now part of the curriculum. The winning team will receive £10,000 for their school, the runners-up £5,000, and third-placed team £2,000. Last year's Challenge was won by Harry Carlton Comprehensive School, Loughborough.
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