Another Fantastic Fair Trade Fortnight!
What has been happening? Well,
- The Fair Trade group gave an assembly to KS1 and KS2. They did a great job of explaining why Fair Trade is so important to farmers around the world.
- The children across the school worked in class to find out about Fair Trade, producing a variety of work.
- There was also a competition to design a Fair Trade snack. We saw some fantastic entries – the Fair Trade group had a hard job picking the winners! Ryley McAndrew (KS1) and Mya-Lea Tones (KS2) won Fair Trade Easter eggs. Isabella Hartigan-Brown, Grace Hart, Joanna Hughes and Erin Tipping were all runners up and won vouchers to spend at the Fair Trade tuck shop. Well done!
- Finally the fortnight ended with a non-uniform day – Fair Trade colours, of course.
Thank you to everyone – children, staff and parents – for your support. Just to remind you, the money raised on the FT tuck shop goes to help support St John’s School in Korogocho, Kenya.
P.S. The FT group will be going down to St Patrick’s Church Hall to give a presentation at the Lenten Lunch on Friday 24th March. They will also be selling some Fair Trade goods. Will we see you there?