On Friday afternoon Friends hosted a Fairtrade Cafe. Cakes had been baked by children and by staff.
The event was a great success, it was very busy and all the cakes and cookies were sold.
Due to the adverse weather conditions, tomorrow’s celebration at Leeds Civic Hall has been cancelled. The organisers are planning to re-schedule the event later in the year.
The ambassadors met again this week to ‘tweek’ the format of the workshop that they had designed to run at the celebration event on Friday.
They have been busy preparing with Ben creating food cards, Brooke and Isobel designing and making a poster while the other three trailed it.
A number of parents braved the cold and the snow this morning to join Lucy from the Co-op who was sharing a recipe for Fairtrade Cappuccino Cupcakes.
Everyone enjoyed the morning and couldn’t wait to try the cupcakes once they were baked – they were delicious!
Click on the link below for the recipe.
Monday 26th February: Alwoodley branch of the Co-op will be leading an assembly
Tuesday 27th February: The Co-op will be baking Fairtrade Cappuccino Cupcakes at Pass it On (9am onwards)
Friday 2nd March: Fairtrade Ceremony at Leeds Civic Hall
Thursday 8th March: Workshops run by Leeds DEC for children in years 1,2, and 6.
Friday 9th March: Fairtrade Café (Friends of Allerton)
This afternoon Hannah from Leeds DEC and children from Abbey Grange, Ireland Wood Primary and Woodlands Coop Primary met with us (Stella, Kai, Joshua, Isobel and Ben) in the café to talk about this year’s Fairtrade message and to plan workshops that each school would be running at the Fairtrade Celebration at Leeds Civic Hall on 2nd March.
You will need to be able to promote all things Fairtrade, be able to talk to groups of children/your class and be full of good ideas about how we can raise awareness.
If you are interested please see Mrs Walker or Miss Whiteley to find out more.