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Feb 19, 2006

Teenagers, the Zoo and the Real World

Teenagers, the zoo and the real world from Marwell Wildlife

This project was designed to meet the needs of the vocational GCSE syllabus and attract the 14-16 age group

Designed to meet the needs of the vocational GCSE syllabus and attract the 14-16 age group. Subjects where they felt they could have a significant impact were Business Studies, Leisure and Tourism, ICT, and Art and Design. Teachers needs were taken into account. As a result booking for the 14-16age group have more than doubled.

Topics covered were: ingredients for making a business, marketing, customer experience, people and Marwell, how Marwell uses ICtTetc. 

Developed by:  Marwell Wildlife

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