Full Report: Pupils run Enterprise City

If you don't think politicians always get it right, how about trusting a group of ten year olds to run things instead?

Children in County Durham have been the first to try out a new idea from America to set up their own city.

The class made up laws, paid taxes and had to go through job interviews. And then there were wages to spend.

Watch the full report from Lucy Taylor below.

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Pupils run 'Enterprise City'

A new education project - originally designed in America - is being run for the first time today in the North East. The 'Enterprise City' project gives pupils the chance to run their own city, where they make up the laws and rules.