ROBINS Lane Primary School saw pupils use their entrepreneurial spirit to create and design their own products to sell.

For the school's Enterprise Fair Each classes made products which they sold to parents and the Sutton community.

Each class were given £20 to plan and create items for sale.

The Enterprise Fair supports children in understanding how mathematics is used in the real world and also builds the children's understanding of how businesses run.

Parents and residents were invited into school to check out the stalls and buy some of the products.

Stuart Taylor, Key Stage Two leader at the school, said: "At Robins Lane Primary, we pride ourselves on developing cultural capital for children. We want them to have the opportunities to experience how learning in school will prepare them for the world of work and bring maths to life in the classroom. We wanted the children to understand that they need to use mathematics in all aspects of working life."