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Fairtrade day at St Walburga's

On Wednesday 20th November, St Walburga's staff and children took part in a Fairtrade day where we learnt what fairtrade means and how buying fairtrade produce can support farmers around the world. A range of activities took place from chocolate tasting in reception to banana games in year 5 and even a fairtrade coffee and tea break for staff. We were lucky to be joined by representatives from Bournemouth Council and The Co-op who joined us in assemblies and in the classrooms. The Co-op also kindly donated enough fairtrade bananas for all the children to taste.Many children also supported the day by buying a fairtrade chocolate bar, profits from which the school has donated to support the Philippines crisis. Please take a look through the photos......look out especially for the superheroes who visited the children in assembly- Fairtrade Fred......otherwise known as Mr Curran and Mr Yarrow!

 On Wednesday 20th November, St Walburga's staff and children took part in a Fairtrade day where we learnt what fairtrade means and how buying fairtrade produce can support farmers around the world. A range of activities took place from chocolate tasting in reception to banana games in year 5 and even a fairtrade coffee and tea break for staff. We were lucky to be joined by representatives from Bournemouth Council and The Co-op who joined us in assemblies and in the classrooms. The Co-op also kindly donated enough fairtrade bananas for all the children to taste.Many children also supported the day by buying a fairtrade chocolate bar, profits from which the school has donated to support the Philippines crisis. Please take a look through the photos......look out especially for the superheroes who visited the children in assembly- Fairtrade Fred......otherwise known as Mr Curran and Mr Yarrow!    1
 On Wednesday 20th November, St Walburga's staff and children took part in a Fairtrade day where we learnt what fairtrade means and how buying fairtrade produce can support farmers around the world. A range of activities took place from chocolate tasting in reception to banana games in year 5 and even a fairtrade coffee and tea break for staff. We were lucky to be joined by representatives from Bournemouth Council and The Co-op who joined us in assemblies and in the classrooms. The Co-op also kindly donated enough fairtrade bananas for all the children to taste.Many children also supported the day by buying a fairtrade chocolate bar, profits from which the school has donated to support the Philippines crisis. Please take a look through the photos......look out especially for the superheroes who visited the children in assembly- Fairtrade Fred......otherwise known as Mr Curran and Mr Yarrow!    2
 On Wednesday 20th November, St Walburga's staff and children took part in a Fairtrade day where we learnt what fairtrade means and how buying fairtrade produce can support farmers around the world. A range of activities took place from chocolate tasting in reception to banana games in year 5 and even a fairtrade coffee and tea break for staff. We were lucky to be joined by representatives from Bournemouth Council and The Co-op who joined us in assemblies and in the classrooms. The Co-op also kindly donated enough fairtrade bananas for all the children to taste.Many children also supported the day by buying a fairtrade chocolate bar, profits from which the school has donated to support the Philippines crisis. Please take a look through the photos......look out especially for the superheroes who visited the children in assembly- Fairtrade Fred......otherwise known as Mr Curran and Mr Yarrow!    3
 On Wednesday 20th November, St Walburga's staff and children took part in a Fairtrade day where we learnt what fairtrade means and how buying fairtrade produce can support farmers around the world. A range of activities took place from chocolate tasting in reception to banana games in year 5 and even a fairtrade coffee and tea break for staff. We were lucky to be joined by representatives from Bournemouth Council and The Co-op who joined us in assemblies and in the classrooms. The Co-op also kindly donated enough fairtrade bananas for all the children to taste.Many children also supported the day by buying a fairtrade chocolate bar, profits from which the school has donated to support the Philippines crisis. Please take a look through the photos......look out especially for the superheroes who visited the children in assembly- Fairtrade Fred......otherwise known as Mr Curran and Mr Yarrow!    4
 On Wednesday 20th November, St Walburga's staff and children took part in a Fairtrade day where we learnt what fairtrade means and how buying fairtrade produce can support farmers around the world. A range of activities took place from chocolate tasting in reception to banana games in year 5 and even a fairtrade coffee and tea break for staff. We were lucky to be joined by representatives from Bournemouth Council and The Co-op who joined us in assemblies and in the classrooms. The Co-op also kindly donated enough fairtrade bananas for all the children to taste.Many children also supported the day by buying a fairtrade chocolate bar, profits from which the school has donated to support the Philippines crisis. Please take a look through the photos......look out especially for the superheroes who visited the children in assembly- Fairtrade Fred......otherwise known as Mr Curran and Mr Yarrow!    5
 On Wednesday 20th November, St Walburga's staff and children took part in a Fairtrade day where we learnt what fairtrade means and how buying fairtrade produce can support farmers around the world. A range of activities took place from chocolate tasting in reception to banana games in year 5 and even a fairtrade coffee and tea break for staff. We were lucky to be joined by representatives from Bournemouth Council and The Co-op who joined us in assemblies and in the classrooms. The Co-op also kindly donated enough fairtrade bananas for all the children to taste.Many children also supported the day by buying a fairtrade chocolate bar, profits from which the school has donated to support the Philippines crisis. Please take a look through the photos......look out especially for the superheroes who visited the children in assembly- Fairtrade Fred......otherwise known as Mr Curran and Mr Yarrow!    6
 On Wednesday 20th November, St Walburga's staff and children took part in a Fairtrade day where we learnt what fairtrade means and how buying fairtrade produce can support farmers around the world. A range of activities took place from chocolate tasting in reception to banana games in year 5 and even a fairtrade coffee and tea break for staff. We were lucky to be joined by representatives from Bournemouth Council and The Co-op who joined us in assemblies and in the classrooms. The Co-op also kindly donated enough fairtrade bananas for all the children to taste.Many children also supported the day by buying a fairtrade chocolate bar, profits from which the school has donated to support the Philippines crisis. Please take a look through the photos......look out especially for the superheroes who visited the children in assembly- Fairtrade Fred......otherwise known as Mr Curran and Mr Yarrow!    7
 On Wednesday 20th November, St Walburga's staff and children took part in a Fairtrade day where we learnt what fairtrade means and how buying fairtrade produce can support farmers around the world. A range of activities took place from chocolate tasting in reception to banana games in year 5 and even a fairtrade coffee and tea break for staff. We were lucky to be joined by representatives from Bournemouth Council and The Co-op who joined us in assemblies and in the classrooms. The Co-op also kindly donated enough fairtrade bananas for all the children to taste.Many children also supported the day by buying a fairtrade chocolate bar, profits from which the school has donated to support the Philippines crisis. Please take a look through the photos......look out especially for the superheroes who visited the children in assembly- Fairtrade Fred......otherwise known as Mr Curran and Mr Yarrow!    8
 On Wednesday 20th November, St Walburga's staff and children took part in a Fairtrade day where we learnt what fairtrade means and how buying fairtrade produce can support farmers around the world. A range of activities took place from chocolate tasting in reception to banana games in year 5 and even a fairtrade coffee and tea break for staff. We were lucky to be joined by representatives from Bournemouth Council and The Co-op who joined us in assemblies and in the classrooms. The Co-op also kindly donated enough fairtrade bananas for all the children to taste.Many children also supported the day by buying a fairtrade chocolate bar, profits from which the school has donated to support the Philippines crisis. Please take a look through the photos......look out especially for the superheroes who visited the children in assembly- Fairtrade Fred......otherwise known as Mr Curran and Mr Yarrow!    9
 On Wednesday 20th November, St Walburga's staff and children took part in a Fairtrade day where we learnt what fairtrade means and how buying fairtrade produce can support farmers around the world. A range of activities took place from chocolate tasting in reception to banana games in year 5 and even a fairtrade coffee and tea break for staff. We were lucky to be joined by representatives from Bournemouth Council and The Co-op who joined us in assemblies and in the classrooms. The Co-op also kindly donated enough fairtrade bananas for all the children to taste.Many children also supported the day by buying a fairtrade chocolate bar, profits from which the school has donated to support the Philippines crisis. Please take a look through the photos......look out especially for the superheroes who visited the children in assembly- Fairtrade Fred......otherwise known as Mr Curran and Mr Yarrow!    10
 On Wednesday 20th November, St Walburga's staff and children took part in a Fairtrade day where we learnt what fairtrade means and how buying fairtrade produce can support farmers around the world. A range of activities took place from chocolate tasting in reception to banana games in year 5 and even a fairtrade coffee and tea break for staff. We were lucky to be joined by representatives from Bournemouth Council and The Co-op who joined us in assemblies and in the classrooms. The Co-op also kindly donated enough fairtrade bananas for all the children to taste.Many children also supported the day by buying a fairtrade chocolate bar, profits from which the school has donated to support the Philippines crisis. Please take a look through the photos......look out especially for the superheroes who visited the children in assembly- Fairtrade Fred......otherwise known as Mr Curran and Mr Yarrow!    11
 On Wednesday 20th November, St Walburga's staff and children took part in a Fairtrade day where we learnt what fairtrade means and how buying fairtrade produce can support farmers around the world. A range of activities took place from chocolate tasting in reception to banana games in year 5 and even a fairtrade coffee and tea break for staff. We were lucky to be joined by representatives from Bournemouth Council and The Co-op who joined us in assemblies and in the classrooms. The Co-op also kindly donated enough fairtrade bananas for all the children to taste.Many children also supported the day by buying a fairtrade chocolate bar, profits from which the school has donated to support the Philippines crisis. Please take a look through the photos......look out especially for the superheroes who visited the children in assembly- Fairtrade Fred......otherwise known as Mr Curran and Mr Yarrow!    12
 On Wednesday 20th November, St Walburga's staff and children took part in a Fairtrade day where we learnt what fairtrade means and how buying fairtrade produce can support farmers around the world. A range of activities took place from chocolate tasting in reception to banana games in year 5 and even a fairtrade coffee and tea break for staff. We were lucky to be joined by representatives from Bournemouth Council and The Co-op who joined us in assemblies and in the classrooms. The Co-op also kindly donated enough fairtrade bananas for all the children to taste.Many children also supported the day by buying a fairtrade chocolate bar, profits from which the school has donated to support the Philippines crisis. Please take a look through the photos......look out especially for the superheroes who visited the children in assembly- Fairtrade Fred......otherwise known as Mr Curran and Mr Yarrow!    13
 On Wednesday 20th November, St Walburga's staff and children took part in a Fairtrade day where we learnt what fairtrade means and how buying fairtrade produce can support farmers around the world. A range of activities took place from chocolate tasting in reception to banana games in year 5 and even a fairtrade coffee and tea break for staff. We were lucky to be joined by representatives from Bournemouth Council and The Co-op who joined us in assemblies and in the classrooms. The Co-op also kindly donated enough fairtrade bananas for all the children to taste.Many children also supported the day by buying a fairtrade chocolate bar, profits from which the school has donated to support the Philippines crisis. Please take a look through the photos......look out especially for the superheroes who visited the children in assembly- Fairtrade Fred......otherwise known as Mr Curran and Mr Yarrow!    14
 On Wednesday 20th November, St Walburga's staff and children took part in a Fairtrade day where we learnt what fairtrade means and how buying fairtrade produce can support farmers around the world. A range of activities took place from chocolate tasting in reception to banana games in year 5 and even a fairtrade coffee and tea break for staff. We were lucky to be joined by representatives from Bournemouth Council and The Co-op who joined us in assemblies and in the classrooms. The Co-op also kindly donated enough fairtrade bananas for all the children to taste.Many children also supported the day by buying a fairtrade chocolate bar, profits from which the school has donated to support the Philippines crisis. Please take a look through the photos......look out especially for the superheroes who visited the children in assembly- Fairtrade Fred......otherwise known as Mr Curran and Mr Yarrow!    15
 On Wednesday 20th November, St Walburga's staff and children took part in a Fairtrade day where we learnt what fairtrade means and how buying fairtrade produce can support farmers around the world. A range of activities took place from chocolate tasting in reception to banana games in year 5 and even a fairtrade coffee and tea break for staff. We were lucky to be joined by representatives from Bournemouth Council and The Co-op who joined us in assemblies and in the classrooms. The Co-op also kindly donated enough fairtrade bananas for all the children to taste.Many children also supported the day by buying a fairtrade chocolate bar, profits from which the school has donated to support the Philippines crisis. Please take a look through the photos......look out especially for the superheroes who visited the children in assembly- Fairtrade Fred......otherwise known as Mr Curran and Mr Yarrow!    16
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