Welcome to Club Kidpreneur. We have three main programs for inspiring an entrepreneurial spirit in the next generation. Each program is based on two core components – the Ready Set Go curriculum and Business in a Backpack.


Each of Club Kidpreneur’s programs are based around the following curriculum packages.


Business in a Backpack


Ready Set Go

Ready Set Go is a 12 module curriculum developed in collaboration with educators and entrepreneurs, guidiing 10-12 year old children through the process of setting up their own micro-business. The program is mapped to the National Curriculum across multiple subject areas and is also designed to develop the General Capabilities of literacy, numeracy, ICT capability, critical & creative thinking plus personal & social capability.

The Business in a Backpack is Club Kidpreneur’s specially developed business building kit providing all the materials required for 10-12 year old kidpreneur to build a real world business, complete with products to sell. Designed to be used in conjunction with Club Kidpreneur’s Ready Set Go curriculum, each Backpack contains items to reinforce the key learning outcomes in each of the 12 program modules, plus worksheets, a product material voucher and more.


Kidpreneur Challenge

The Kidpreneur Challenge is a national primary school based competition showcasing Australia‚Äôs young entrepreneurs, aged 10-12 years. Kidpreneurs work in groups of 3 to build a business using a CK Business Kit over term 3. Teachers work through the Ready Set Go curriculum in class. Kidpreneurs sell products at a local market day and donate all profit to a charity of their choice. Each business can then submit a pitch video sharing why they are Australia’s top young entrepreneurs. The program is aligned to the National Curriculum across multiple subject areas and is designed to increase creativity, communication and critical thinking.

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Budding Business Brains

Budding Business Brains is a three hour workshop run in partnership with community groups and schools. Kidpreneurs learn business basics including how to create a business concept, name and logo, and design a product prototype. Each kidpreneur receives a Business in a Backpack full of business-building materials, which they take home to continue building their business step-by-step after the workshop. They can then return to sell their products they have made at Market Day.

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