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Pupils in Cambridge learn about Fairtrade Foundation and create own café





Year 6 pupils at Queen Edith Primary School in Cambridge have been learning about the role of the Fairtrade Foundation.

The children have looked at the many projects around the world that support farmers and buyers to ensure a fair wage and living conditions for them and their families.

Queen Edith Primary School Fairtrade café event
Queen Edith Primary School Fairtrade café event

Headteacher Sarah Jarman said: “At the end of our learning, the children will be completing a design and technology project, creating their own Fairtrade recipe and marketing this to their consumers.

Queen Edith Primary School Fairtrade cafe event.
Queen Edith Primary School Fairtrade cafe event.

“Researching, evaluating and product designing from the children will end in a Fairtrade Café being opened at the school for the children to sell their wares.

“All profits from their sales will be donated to the Fairtrade Foundation. We are incredibly proud at how hard the children have been working and look forward to seeing their final products.”



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