Setting a fairtrade goal

Eight schools take part in fair trade activities at Heath Training Centre, Halifax.'With the sock puppets they have made with fair trade materials, back, from the left, Adam Wood, nine, Joseph Shaw, nine, Hannah Merta, eight, Zoe North, nine, Jessica Tatton, 10 and Fayth Poston, eight.'Front, Owen Brocklehurst, 10, Ellie Barraclough, eight, Ella Halliday, 10, Amy Craig, 10, and William Tindal, eight.
Eight schools take part in fair trade activities at Heath Training Centre, Halifax.'With the sock puppets they have made with fair trade materials, back, from the left, Adam Wood, nine, Joseph Shaw, nine, Hannah Merta, eight, Zoe North, nine, Jessica Tatton, 10 and Fayth Poston, eight.'Front, Owen Brocklehurst, 10, Ellie Barraclough, eight, Ella Halliday, 10, Amy Craig, 10, and William Tindal, eight.

School councils across Calderdale came together at the Heath Training Centre, Halifax, to learn about Fairtrade.

Organised by head teachers Mary Hodges from St Joseph’s Primary School, Brighouse, and Duncan Hetherington from Withinfields Primary School, Southowram, eight schools learnt about Fairtrade products and the benefits it has for producers.