'Students from Tweendykes Sixth Form took part in £5 Blossom with Youth Enterprise. They were partnered with a company called Netopian who gave them a loan of £150 to start a business. The students worked very hard throughout the year using their employability and enterprising skills. The business was named as Craft Crazy and they held Pop Up Shops selling gifts for Christmas, Mothers Day and Easter. They also formed a partnership with Bransholme Centre so that their business can continue into the future.
Jordan Gee, Michael Simm and Jack Smith who are part of the business delivered a presentation in front of 15 other Hull primary and secondary schools and their staff at the celebration ceremony of Youth Enterprise at the Guildhall. From the profit they made they were able to repay the £150 loan and also make a donation to the James Cracknell Youth Enterprise Trust and Duchenne Charity.