Lack of food security is one of the world’s most critical issues, according to the Fairtrade Foundation. It says that half of the world’s hungry people, nearly 400 million, are estimated to live on small farms. The Fairtrade Foundation believes that shoppers in the West can change this by harnessing the power of a Fairtrade breakfast – so farmers and workers behind those products can feel secure, knowing they can feed their families, all year round.

This term, we will be working towards our 'FairAware Award'. This award will allow us to find out where our school is in terms of understanding Fairtrade and using Fairtrade products.

Fairtrade Representatives

Each class has nominated a Fairtrade representative who will be helping with events and to raise awareness this year.

2SP - Joshua Litchfield

2AG - Archie Ward

3AC - Bruce Bond

3NP - Tristan Decoito

3CF - Aidan O’Connor

3JY - Lexie Board

3WK - Adam Dutton

4AS - Robert Bailey

4KO - Jack Dodwell

4AFS - Kieran Gough

4JL - Jack Pettifar

5EM - Nwachukwu Umeano

5CP - John Devonshire

5KP - Adam Woodburn

5IF - Matthew Day

If you would like any more information regarding Fairtrade, please visit: http://www.fairtrade.org.uk/


Miss Coleman and the Fairtrade Representatives at Weatherfield Academy

Mr J Selmes


Weatherfield Academy

Brewers Hill Road, Dunstable



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