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Bringing Enterprise Skills to Life for Local School Children


Year 2 pupils from Charles Williams Church in Wales Primary School in Caerleon are learning valuable lessons in enterprise, leadership, resilience and communication thanks to a new partnership between 2B Enterprising and Redrow.

28 pupils are taking part in the ‘Bumbles of Honeywood’ programme and had their first lesson in networking at the start of the new school year. They learnt about the importance of networking including how to introduce themselves with confidence.

Jayne Brewer, Chief Executive of 2B Enterprising said:

“We partner businesses with education to help bring enterprise skills to life in the classroom. ‘The Bumbles of Honeywood’ is a series of creative and thought provoking books that transport our readers to the enterprising world of the Bumble Family – sharing valuable lessons learned through their journeys and challenges with their friends in Honeywood. These storybooks are accompanied by physical and digital resources for primary school teachers to support the development of enterprise skills in the classroom.”

“Pupils between the ages of 4-8 from over 200 primary schools across England and Wales are currently taking part in the programme and we’ve had a wonderful response from businesses like Redrow who have chosen to partner with their local school.”

“We want to inspire the next generation of ambitious, healthy, ethical and enterprising citizens who confidently make decisions, communicate effectively and contribute positively to their community. Redrow’s support is helping us to make a real difference here in Caerleon.”

Rebecca Penn, Headteacher of Charles Williams Church in Wales Primary School said:

“We’re always looking for innovative ways to inspire young minds and helping to develop the life skills of our pupils so that they can reach their full potential. This is a great programme that is bringing enterprise to life in our classrooms and we were delighted to welcome the team from Redrow to our school.”

Andrew Williams, Area Sales Manager with Redrow added:

“We have a reputation for building high quality homes like our Parc y Coleg development in Caerleon but we also strive to create thriving communities.”

“Our support for 2B Enterprising and Charles Williams Church in Wales Primary School shows what can be done when we work together with local partners to raise the skills of future generations.  We are really proud to be able to offer young people an insight into our world and to help bring enterprise to life.”


Redrow is a leading UK premium housebuilder, proudly headquartered in Ewloe, Flintshire.

Established in 1974, it has earned a unique reputation for quality, building beautiful homes and communities, creating, in its words, a better way to live. It delivers for both investors and the wider community by centring all its activities around its three values of creating thriving communities by building responsibly and valuing people, all while engaging with colleagues and stakeholders.

Redrow is listed on the London Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the FTSE 250 index. For the year to 27th June 2021, Redrow built more than 5,500 premium new homes across England and Wales and the Group reported revenue of £1.9bn.

Redrow directly employs well over 300 people across Wales, 15% of whom are trainees, graduates or apprentices, at its headquarters, regional offices and developments.

It takes responsibility seriously: last year, Redrow achieved the Global Good Company of the Year Silver award in recognition of its social impact and launched its ‘Nature for People’ biodiversity strategy, established as part of a long-standing partnership with the Wildlife Trusts. In June 2021, Redrow was included in the FT’s inaugural listing of Europe’s Climate Leaders for achieving significant reductions in its greenhouse gas emissions between 2014 and 2019.

Over the past year, Redrow has consistently been rated as ‘excellent’ on Trustpilot and once again achieved the Five Star Customer Satisfaction award from the Home Builders’ Federation (HBF). The company is also one of just eight UK construction companies to be named a Diversity Leader in the Financial Times’ inaugural list of European leaders for workplace diversity and inclusion.

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