ENTERPRISING students are aiming for the top in the world of business before they are even out of school.

St Columba’s High sixth year pupils have come up with a unique product, by producing 3D jigsaws celebrating local landmarks like the Cross of Lorraine on Lyle Hill.

With a design team including Megan Smith under the leadership of managing director Caitlin Garner, they are now in pole position to win a youth enterprise award.

Sixth year pupil Caitlin, who heads up the Let’s Do a Jig firm, said: “We have a great team and we are all working hard.

“It has been a great insight into business and has made me think about what I want to do.”

Fellow pupil Megan has already secured a coveted place at Glasgow School of Art to study interior design.

She set about working with her design team to come up with a professional product.

Their models include the Cross of Lorraine, Nessie the Loch Ness Monster and during the festive season they also produced Christmas trees.

Megan added: “We thought 3D jigsaws would be unique, and with the Cross of Lorraine and Nessie they have a real selling point.

“I have loved every minute of it.”

The enterprise class are stakeholders in their company and have invested their own funds to get it off the ground.

After selling around 50 jigsaws at their school fete and at Braehead shopping centre they are already turning a profit.

Their jigsaws come beautifully packaged and complete with instructions.

The class have been supported by teachers Ashley Quinn and Claire Thomson and in a couple of weeks they will head to the Young Enterprise Renfrewshire finals to win over a panel of judges.