Use Traidcraft's Real Easter Egg hunt activity to tell the Easter story with a special Fairtrade chocolate egg!
In this lesson the class draws an image to demonstrate the need for Fairtrade.
Background information on Fairtrade in different parts of the world.
This assembly introduces the theme of fair trade through choice. It includes a general introduction, suitable for all ages; 3 suggested illustrations suitable for ages 5 to 11; and a section which links this illustration to fair trade.
In this lesson the pupils make a Fairtrade jigsaw puzzle to show the bigger picture about Fairtrade.
Children learn where some different food types come from. They read about the difference Fairtrade makes to people around the world.
In this lesson the class compares variations in spoken English in India and Chile.
In this lesson students draw a Fairtrade wheel to demonstrate the different aspects of Fairtrade and how they are connected.
This assembly introduces the idea that we are all connected and decisions that we make affect other people. It includes a general introduction, suitable for all ages; 3 suggested illustrations suitable for ages 5 to 14; and a section which links this illustration to fair trade.
This assembly links fair trade with every child’s basic human rights. It includes an introductory page; 3 suggested illustrations suitable for ages 5 to 14; and a section which links this illustration to fair trade.
A series of history lessons on South Africa and the impact of fairtrade.
This resource explores the life of a tea farmer through the eyes of 12 year old Shathi, in Bangladesh. The resource contains background on Shathi's life, a powerpoint showing images of her in the tea fields, and ideas for tea hunts and felt coaster making. There is also ideas for further ideas, if more challenges are needed! This resource is a wonderful look at fair trade at any time of the year, but would be perfect for helping your school get involved in Fairtrade Fortnight!
This assembly introduces the concept of fair trade and what it means when a product carries the Fairtrade mark.
In this lesson the class investigates supply chains and the implications of transporting goods around the world.
In this lesson, students explore the supply chain and all those involved in producing, buying and selling rice on the international market.
A set of resources on teaching maths in the context of fairtrade. These maths lessons based on fair trade, measuring wealth, drought devastation and other topics. Full lesson plans provided and ideal for KS3 and GCSE students.
Enter our Festive Competition to Win Great Fair Trade Prizes for Your School this Christmas 2016! We're asking schools and youth groups to get their creative juices flowing this festive season and design a unique Christmas card for our Design a Christmas Card competition. All themes and formats will be considered, including collage, drawings and those designed on a computer, but don’t forget that the majority of our cards do show a religious theme. The winners will receive £50 Traidcraft vouchers to spend in our online shop. You can read more about our festive competition here: http://www.traidcraftschools.co.uk/design-a-card-for-christmas
Fairtrade means that the people who make the things we like to eat and the clothes we like to wear, get a better deal.
Traidcraft's annual competition - the Snack Attack Challenge - is back for 2017! Invent a Fairtrade snack, design the packaging and promotional campaign and win £100 of Traidcraft goodies for your school. At Traidcraft we want to encourage the next generation of decision makers to be creative and pioneering in their approach to life and enterprise; to think about people as well as profit and the impact of the choices they make every day. This activity will tick some boxes for the school too, with links to DT, art, literacy, English and citizenship. It'll also help to foster an enterprising spirit, build an awareness of the global dimension, and exercise teamwork, communication, and presentation skills. The deadline for competition entries will be Friday 31st March 2017, which makes it a perfect activity for Fairtrade Fortnight (27th February - 12th March 2017). If you don't want to enter the competition, you can even use it as a class activity or project!
In this lesson the class practices using co-ordinates by completing a Fairtrade coordinates worksheet.
A series of 6 lesson plans to support teaching on fair trade in the context of PSHE.