[Challenge:Future] Canvas School

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[Challenge:Future] Canvas School

  1. 1. Problem • Obsolete approach to children education • Pupils worsen their health in school • Education don’t correspond to real world • School education is one-sided • Lots of children and parents are unsatisfied with school education What do we have now? How could it be in future? • Fresh look on education based on classic approaches • Pupils understand importance of living green • School education is many-sided • Pupils health strengthen in school • Education is not only useful, but interesting • School education prepare children to live in our World
  2. 2. Market opportunities 2007 2008 2009 2010 65 98 97Amount of pupils, thousands 60 96 Amount of schools 95 55 • There are few private schools in 94 Irkutsk, Russia 50 93 • Number of school is decreasing • Number of pupils is increasing 92 45 • Many parents are unsatisfied with 91 quality of their children education • Overcrowded schools give 40 90 ineffective education 2007 2008 2009 2010 • Quality of school’s education is Amount of pupils, thousands rising slow Amount of schools
  3. 3. Canvas School Description Canvas School (CS): is a social project has environmental approach Nature is aimed at complex renewal education improves the quality of education has diversified curriculum Saving and extra curriculum activities Recycling CS energy Architecture & design
  4. 4. Objectives To teach children how to live green and to develop in sustainable way To increase the standard of education To help children to develop in harmony To make a feasible step toward environment protection To increase the awareness about ecological problems among the local community
  5. 5. Educational process Science Art 1 2 4 3 Ecological Physical activities education Basing on ISO 14001:2004, environmental management systems
  6. 6. Business benefits Improved quality of education Improved networking among local community Improved educational environment Improved labor conditions for teachers Improved school administration
  7. 7. Project deliverablesTarget of project: Completed school, that readyto start new academic year1 2 3 New Receive approvals desks, bookcases, te School building for launching the xtbook, visual project school aids, and writing materials4 5 6Hire teachers and Finish eco-school Intake pupils and other staff activities students7 Prepare the 8 Estimated Project building of the Schoolschool to the new documentation duration: academic year 1,56 years
  8. 8. Capital Expenditures € 73,450 € 4,375 € 1,750,000 € 112,500 € 250,000 € 12,500 € 92,500Architect project of school Land for building School building & decoringEquipment Initial Marketing Buy 3 busesRisk Management BudgetTotal: € 2 202 825
  9. 9. Receive approvals to launching the school Accreditation License approves that school’s study program and studyLicense means that Accreditation process meetschool have right to governmentaleducate pupils. requirements.
  10. 10. Personnel Necessity in personnel 50 43 44 41 42Amount of workers 40 33 33 30 29 30 30 31 32 30 20 9 9 9 9 9 9 10 0 Opening 2 3 4 5 Next years Years Staff Teachers.Full-time Teachers.Part-time
  11. 11. Eco-school activities Establish eco- • directs the operation of committee the eco-school program Conduct • helps to understand the environmental current ecological situation review Develop • is the core of the action plan school’s work Develop • is correlated to environmental environmental policy performance Develop • mission eco-code statement
  12. 12. Eco code
  13. 13. Curriculum Curriculum for CS pupils Necessary Special Extra for Courses Curriculum governmentElementary emphasis on art logic & creativity practical experienceSecondary emphasis on science advanced science hobby groupsSenior advanced science preparation for vocational exams guidance
  14. 14. Pupils• In the CS will study pupils from 11 years• There are 4 classes in one year, from 10 to 15 pupils in each class• When school is open, it will intake 1-6 years of pupils• Every year school will intake first class 800 660 600Amount of pupils 600 540 480 420 440 400 360 360 400 280 320 Min 240 Max 200 0 Opening 2 3 4 5 Next School Occupancy Rate years
  15. 15. Prepare school to new academic year Buy textbooks Buy furniture Buy writing materials Hire teachers & intake pupils
  16. 16. Financing. Cash Flow For 10 years of functioning Company will generate following cash flows: Year 1 2 3 … 9 10 Income 729 000 910 035 1 112 843 … 2 296 356 2 457 101 EBITDA 157 659 291 343 392 127 … 1 309 487 1 401 151 Taxes 49 020 79 827 106 188 … 222 421 237 990 Net income -6 318 96 303 170 451 … 970 540 1 046 508 Free CashFlow … 180 639 211 516 285 939 1 087 066 1 163 161Investments for our project (€ 2 202 825) will return in 5,4 years, afterthat we will save money for further investment in building of newschool.Taking Russia level of inflation into account cost of this type of projectwill be approximately 4 millions Euro in 10 years.
  17. 17. RatiosThis project plans to have following financial ratios for 10 years: It is good rate for private school and Internal rate of return: 3,66% this type of business in Russia Total profit that will generate Net Present Value: € 530 360 company It shows that discounted cash flows will return to investor in the end of Discounted Payback Period: 9,7 years this period Invested money will return to Payback Period: 5,4 years investor in the end of this period Gross margin for 1st year: 23,15% These ratios show that business is financially stable Gross margin for 10th year: 57,94%
  18. 18. Financing. Budgeting Local authorities CS founders Buy and use: Develop: • buildings • objectives • equipment • budget • business processes Control • personnel Finances Competences Benefits:  acquire enough money  reduce project risks
  19. 19. Risk map 10. Conflicting 1. Lack of funding 2. Being over priorities of project 3. Project reject by budget 4 members municipal office 11. Natural disasters 4. Not receiving license 6. Lack of labor 5. Abrupt increase 8. Labor and non- 7. Schedule overrun resources in prices of non- labor cost overrun - late 3Consequence labor resources 9. Inconsistent communication 2 between project members 1 1 2 3 4 Likelihood
  20. 20. CS Marketing Web-site Web promotion Periodical Marketing magazines Banners Event marketing
  21. 21. Marketing Expenses Marketing expenses 4375 4500 3700Euro, € 4000 3500 3000 Event marketing is an Initial per year ecologically themed activity to promote the Canvas School Initial Marketing Expenses Expenses, € 1. Website creation 375 2. Articles in a magazine 1500 3. Banners outdoors 1500 4. Event marketing 1000
  22. 22. What have already been done & Next stepsAlready done: Next steps:• Problem of financing is solved • More detailed calculations of• Meeting with PPP revenues and expenses representatives in Irkutsk • More thorough analysis for• Meetings with school teachers determining the price of• Pro forma income statement studying at CS• Pupils, Personnel, Marketing • Choose the location of the and Capital Expenditures school calculations • Obtain the necessary funding• Risk-plan & Risk register • Execute the project following• Project WBS & Gant Chart the WBS
  23. 23. WBS & Gant chartIt shows sequence of tasks that needs to done to execute the project
  24. 24. Future starts with us and our childrenThank you for looking through our project, We will answer any questions below

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