BASE National Finalists for third year!
Yet again our Year 12 Economics and Business students have become BASE competition regional heat champions and gained a place at the National Final. BASE is ICAEW’s National Business and Accounting competition for students in school or college aged 16-19. It provides a unique and exciting experience, where students are able to engage in a business challenge that enables them to develop key employability skills and understand what it’s like to be an ICAEW Chartered Accountant. The team of six - Sam Cole, Oliver Dudlyke, Sam Fraser, Annabel Manley, Jack Sherer-Clarke and Alisha Wala - successfully fought off 17 other teams at the Bristol heat of BASE held at the University of South West of England on Tuesday this week. They will attend the National Final in Birmingham on 25 June.
Economics and Business Success!
The Target 2.0 team - Avani Lal, Martin Oliver, Dhruv Satish and Jacquelin Tan (all Y13) - won the area final of the Bank of England's Target 2.0 competition this week. This is a very prestigious competition and Pate's have only managed to be placed as runners up in the last three years! They will be going to the final in London 20th- 21st of March to present to the Bank of England. Fingers crossed! Please follow this link to read all out the team on the Bank of England website.
Congratulations to Sam Fraser, Annabel Manley, Hay-Yeung Tang, Paul Wang and Ben Winch (all Y12) on winning through to the National Final of the PwC supported competition called the ‘National Schools Employability Challenge’. They have successfully completed 3 online stages to be selected by PricewaterhouseCoopers to attend the final in London on 10th April.