Full marks to William Guntrip (13), an enterprising lad who has become rather fed up with Nanny's lectures on healthy eating.
He set up a playground sweet shop to counteract Nanny's 'overpriced health food'.
Master Guntrip was raking in more than £50 a day, selling chocolate bars and fizzy drinks to other pupils at Sponne School Towcester during break times.
Good to see that we are still breeding entrepreneurs in this country.
Unfortunately, Nanny does not approve of individualism or entrepreneurs. The school, which has banned sweets from vending machines and filled the canteen with healthy options, says he will be expelled if he does not shut up shop.
William had set up shop after his father, Glyn, promised to give up smoking if he could make £1,000 through his own business.
Master William said:
"I can't believe it;
I don't see what I've done wrong,
it's not illegal.
Even some of the teachers have been buying from me.
The food at lunchtimes is rubbish.
It's all pasta and vegetables, there's no meat.
I don't mind some healthy stuff
but it costs too much money and there's not enough choice.
Now they've taken away all my stock."
I think he should raise the matter of theft of stock with the police, that is after all a criminal offence isn't it?
Feel free to drop the school a line with your thoughts on the matter: Info@sponneschool.northants.sch.uk