When Alfriston College in Manurewa, Auckland, opened its doors in 2004, the year-9 teachers decided to establish their programmes around conceptual themes.
Years 4 and 5 at Alfriston School undertook a number of Education for Enterprise (E4E) projects. These included a Grandparents Day, Spider Expo, Crimebusters (to improve the security of the school), and a unit on "beanies" (adding them to the school uniform).
Arowhenua Māori School
Students at Arowhenua Māori School are now familiar with working with their local community and being in charge of an entire event.
Clayton Park School
The year 3 – 4 class at Clayton Park School built a community of learners by exploring ways for children to be more in control of their learning.
Kai Iwi School
The year 4, 5, and 6 class of Kai Iwi designed a fitness trail for their school.
The development of an enterprising culture at Lauriston School moved from a single unit of learning, where specific economic terminology was used and integrated into other areas, to become a fully integrated model.
Linwood College, Christchurch, has actively developed partnerships with the community and got involved in enterprise education to help change the perception of the school.
Northland College, a small rural, co-educational secondary school with 440 students in the heart of the Far North developed enterprising employment and training opportunities through the Trades and Enterprise School.
Onehunga High School
Onehunga High School has a reputation for being enterprising and progressive, including a separate Business School and a Building and Construction School.
Whanganui Girls' College
Whanganui Girls' College applied an enterprising approach to an annual school tradition – the school magazine.
Whangarei Girls' High School
Whangarei Girls’ High School believes taking an Education for Enterprise approach to learning begins at the strategic level. Identifying the values and school culture you want to develop, and having specific goals for the development of an enterprise culture within these, are the first steps.