The chocolate comes from a Ghanaian co-operative, and the football is hand-stitched by adults in Pakistan, who earn a fair wage for the job. So as well as being a top-quality piece of kit, it is helping give child labour the boot.
Beverly Kenyon's Year 5 and 6 classes at the Mead community primary, Witshire, recently returned from a five-day residential in the Brecon Beacons. Throughout the caving, climbing, abseiling and problem-solving, Ms Kenyon was inspired by their determination. Despite poor weather, they supported each other and took time to appreciate the landscape and wildlife.
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