Fairtrade Council

Fairtrade Fortnight 2021

This Fairtrade Fortnight, the focus is on ‘Climate, Fairtrade and You’. The children will  discover how their choices can make a difference to the lives of people around the world. They will be learning about the people who grow our food and drink.

On Friday, both in school and at home the children will be celebrating Fairtrade fortnight through activities, lessons and games. We are looking forward to seeing all your photographs!

Please look out for Fairtrade items when out shopping and choose Fairtrade!





Faith in Action – Big Brew for Fairtrade Fortnight

Thank you to everyone who came and supported our Big Brew for Fairtrade fortnight. We raised £163 for Traidcraft Exchange who support vunerable people to get a better deal and fight trade injustice.

Well done to to our Faith in Action Group in year 6 who baked Fairtrade cakes and biscuits for the event and also helped out on the day by serving refreshments, selling raffle tickets and spreading the message of Fairtrade.

Reception class also helped by baking fairtrade banana muffins which were delicious!



Year 4 Assembly celebrating Fairtrade Fortnight

Year 4 Assembly celebrating Fairtrade Fortnight

This week, to mark Fairtrade Fortnight, Year 4 delivered an assembly about the importance of the Fairtrade Movement. The children talked about the importance of forest-friendly cocoa farming, the need for all farmers to be paid a living income and how caring for people and the planet go hand-in-hand.  We then thought about how we can build the values of fairness into our own lives and become the ‘I’ in fair, for example by listening to others, sharing our belongings and asking friends to join our games.

Our families and friends enjoyed watching our video showing our adventures over the past few weeks as we’ve learnt all about the Fairtrade Foundation and the importance of buying Fairtrade products.


The Journey of a Banana


Year 3 have been learning about the journey of a banana in as part of Fairtrade Fortnight. The children discussed the different roles in bringing a banana to our local shops.


They role-played the different jobs and discussed how much each person should be paid to ensure they are all getting a fair wage.