The Kirby Hill CE Primary School Fairtrade Committee

FairtradeAdult leader  – Miss Allan

At our school we have a fantastic fairtrade committee who always try their hardest to ensure that other people in the world who are not as lucky as ourselves get a fair share of the money they deserve.

 

Fairtrade News
Children send Christmas cheer through charity cards 11th November 2016 (.pdf)-
Children from Kirby Hill C of E Primary School, near York, have put pen to paper to send early Christmas well wishes to their counterparts in developing countries.

Who are the committee and what do they do?
There are 10 members on the committee. Every term the roles of each member changes so that everyone has a chance at doing everything.

At the moment the roles are as follows:

  • Chairman
  • Assistant chairman
  • Treasurer
  • Assistant Treasurer
  • Secretary
  • Assistant Secretary
  • Extra 1, 2, 3, 4
  • The extras help anyone who needs it.

The members of the committee are displayed on the wall in the entrance of the school.
This is always updated with minutes from meetings and new information.

When is their stall?
Every Friday from 3.15 there is a fair trade stall on the bench in the playground. There are three members on the stall at any time and they are always willing to serve or help you. The committee are always very pleased to know that lots of people contribute and do their bit to make the world a better place!

What products do the committee sell?
There are lots of different products to choose from like Dubble Bars, Divine Bars, Fair breaks, Tea and Coffee.

They have bought new products like sweets, cookies and caramel Divine bars.

Why?
The committee are extremely passionate about making the world a better place.

At the moment we are a fair trade school and we are really pleased with ourselves as we have maintained this award for 4 years. Our work locally, nationally and globally has also helped us to achieve the Global School Award Level 2 and the International School Award. We are very proud of this achievement.

Please try to help support the committee by visiting our stall. Thank you. 


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