Fairtrade Fortnight 2017
Fairtrade Tuck Shop – 9th March 2017
IT’S TIME TO PUT FAIRTRADE IN YOUR BREAK
Mrs Dodsworth has put Fairtrade in her ‘break’! Can you?
Mrs Frank celebrated with a Fairtrade birthday cake in her break!
Mrs Dowson, Chair of Governors, with Mrs Maureen Rigg of the Stockton Fairtrade Partnership celebrating in Stockton High Street that we are a Fairtrade Borough.
The Fairtrade Schools Award is a campaign that gives primary and secondary school students the opportunity to develop their knowledge and understanding of global issues and the fact that fair trade is the solution for so many farmers and producers. The award aims to teach students how they can be involved in changing the world around them, encouraging them and empowering them to make a difference.
Our club meets regularly with Mrs¬†Wilson to discuss global issues and we decide what actions we can take to help.¬† We have regular Fairtrade assemblies to keep the whole school aware of the continuing problems that we can help with.
Here are some images from our most recent Fairtrade assembly.
Fairtrade Status Celebrated in Stockton
Below are some pictures from our Fairtrade breakfast and fairtrade tuck shop.¬† Our Fairtrade children offered parents and children a choice of Fairtrade jam, honey, marmalade, tea, coffee and hot chocolate at our Fairtrade breakfast.¬† The¬†Fairtrade club¬†then sold Fairtrade sweets and chocolate¬† to the children at breaktime