The children had worked incredibly hard as a team to make their products, adverts, leaflets and practise pitches. This was the day when all that perseverance paid off. First parents visited and interrogated the teams on their ideas. They asked some questions that made the children think on their feet, be creative with their answers and made them wish they had time to make adaptions before the real 'dragons' from year 5 came with the 'money' after break. Before parents left, we asked them to fill in evaluations: the overwhelming response was positive with comments about how confident children had become and great teamwork was evident, there were also lots of suggestions that the teams had more space and quiet to present their products next time.