Fair Trade/ Global Fun Days

Description: 

 

Fairtrade links to the world, relates what we buy to the lives of others. We use global fun days with assemblies to encourage this world view in the whole school. We use music and dance, an earth ball, role play and activities to make the day fun. 

 

How attendees will Benefit:

 

Makes everyone feel good about themselves and starts a proces off of realising our world in inter-connected. 

 

Who should attend: 

 

Most of our courses are for your exisiting group. School or community group or businessThis has worked well in merging schools, isolated market towns and in times of uncertainty. Would suit any situation though. Get in touch. 

 

What attendees will learn: 

 

Respect, cultural Awareness and Empathy. 

 

About the trainers:

 

Our co-operative has trainers in various parts of East Anglia and when an enquiry is made we see who is available to be your point of contact. 

 

 

Book a Place:  

 

Please email us on office@firstquestion.coop or phone to discuss. 

Some Free Resources

FREE ACTIVITY SHEET: OPINION FINDER
print in black and white. Think about using coloured paper. This activity is a good starting point for discussion.
fairtrade choc opinion findeer 08.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [41.3 KB]
FREE ACTIVITY SHEET: HUMAN BINGO
Print in Black on White. Works well if printed on coloured paper. This is a good activity to start a session with. Active and gives an idea of what the group knows
global bingo.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [73.0 KB]

Opportunity

Join us for our regular   

Co-operative Values and Principles Development Days.

"What is a co-operative" followed by exploration into how co-operative values and principles shape our lives. 

Contact us for dates, venues and prices. 

Olympic Enterprises

Riverwalk School, Bury St. Edmunds. Enterprise week. Tailored to suit the SEN school. 

training in action
Co-operative xmas card making
Reimagining Education conference
visioning exercise
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