Students at Farmor's in Fairford grow a pound to fund new sixth form
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PUPILS at Farmor's school in Fairford need to come up with the best ways to invest one pound to turn it into as much money as possible to help fund the new sixth form extension.
Students have one month and can do anything from car washing to growing produce and entrepreneurial pupils could pool their money with friends and buy ingredients to bake and sell cakes.
Gambling is forbidden and pupils cannot buy a lottery ticket with their pound.
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