Some Frequently Asked Questions about the Fiver Challenge

Fiver from Home

Fiver from Home is an adapted version of the Fiver Challenge that allows students to imagine what business they could create with just a £5 note.

This is a mini home-based project which aims to inspire primary age children to actively learn, develop and grow their entrepreneurial skills. 

It will not involve any trading of products but will focus on all the preceding stages - initial concept ideas, market research, logo development, business planning and a sales pitch. 

All Fiver from Home documents and guidance will be released onto the platform after the Easter break, so register now to have access on the day of release!

Funding for the Fiver Challenge

As Fiver from Home is a hypothetical project there is no actual money involved so no funding is required for your pupils to get involved.

 

Fiver Challenge support

What support is available during the Challenge?

The Fiver Team are dedicated to supporting schools and students throughout the Challenge. If you need any help at any stage you can contact the team directly by emailing info@fiverchallenge.org.uk.

Are there resources available to help prepare for the Challenge?

There are lots of resources for teachers to use before and during the Challenge, including resources, details of competitions to help you plan and deliver the four weeks of Fiver.

These resources are available on the Challenge participation platform - once your registration has been confirmed , you will be sent a unique log-in and a link to this platform.

Fiver competitions
Please note that full details of Weekly Competitions and the National Fiver Challenge Competition can be found in the Fiver Participation platform. How will entries for competitions be shortlisted? An internal panel will shortlist entries, and then an external panel of judge(s) will decide on the winning submissions for each competition category. How many competition entries can be submitted per organisation? A maximum of five entries per organisation can be submitted. How are competition entries submitted? Competition submissions must be uploaded through the Fiver participation platform, using the correct file format. Full details will be available once an organisation has completed a registration.

More details about the Fiver Challenge are available in 'Terms and Conditions.'