Rebecca Ward, Head Teacher at Cranmore Infant School, said: "It's been an exciting week and we are very proud of our pupils.
"It's also given children the experience of what it's like to work in business – and the facilities at Babble Research were superb and very professional. One set of children sat in a sound-proofed room and watched through a special glass panel as other children recorded their advertisements.
"They've been able to learn about topics such as market research, branding and advertising. But they've also learned the value of collaboration and teamwork and developed communications skills.
Stewart Lindsay, Facilities Manager at Babble Research, said: "In a normal working week we host market research facilities for client products ranging from luxury cars and beauty products to fish-fingers and beer.
"Today was very different – and it was great to see the kids being so excited and enthusiastic and really getting involved in the project.
"It's important for both Babble Research and One MS to get involved as businesses in the local community and who knows, the next Sir Alan Sugar or Sir Richard Branson might emerge from Cranmore Infants!"