Cafe Jonah

 What an enterprise we created on Friday. We made our own cafe sign, table cloths, table numbers, food and drink.   

With a little help from our buddies we opened the doors. 


We didn’t stop all day. Whilst making our cafe we learnt to work as a team, to be inventive and to work hard. 


Jonah’s Cafe opening soon!

Next Friday 15th July we have planned to open our Jonah Cafe for one afternoon of business. 1.30-3pm.

We are hoping our friends and family will drop by for a drink or snack for the cost of a few pennies.

We will be selling home made produce. All designed and made by us (under the watchful eyes of Miss Irwin and Miss Sherliker).
After our successful business venture at May Day we are still reeling with excitement to raise funds for our classroom and school. We are like little Alan Sugars! We have a business plan and are ready to make some cash for iPads, barbies, Lego, scooters and books. 

Please comment on this blog if you think you will be able to pop in and see us that afternoon.
Love Class Jonah.

The Jonah smoothie shop

What a morning we had making our smoothie shop. We opened the gate and and moved out tables and chairs for our customers. We cleaned down the tables and put on table cloths, then put up our Shop sign, posters and bunting.






Meanwhile we were making the
Smoothies with Miss Kippen and Mrs Arkle- strawberry and raspberry, chocolate, banana and our special ( thanks to Ben’s mum) pineapple and mango.
Then came playtime where we took it in turns to sell our smoothies. We sold out of chocolate very quickly.






We used our maths skills to check the money we were given.
After playtime we counted our takings… we made £26.80! 🙂

To celebrate we then had our smoothies outside!


What a great shop and great sales people we were.

Miss Irwin said our brains are so big this week from setting up our business we have brains as big as adults!

Alan Sugar would be proud! We’ve tried and tested products, designed and made our smoothies and voted on them. We wrote recipes and instructions, designed our own advertising, made our shop and counted our takings. Just call us the Mini Apprentices!