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The young winners of a Fairtrade arts competition received their prizes from the Mayor of Wolverhampton at a special ceremony recently.
All Wolverhampton schools which put a focus on Fairtrade in their curriculum were invited to enter the annual competition, organised by Ann Bickley and the Wolverhampton City Fairtrade Partnership and sponsored by The Rotary Club of Wolverhampton.
Pupils were asked to design posters highlighting the theme for this year's Fairtrade Fortnight, 'She Deserves Fairtrade’, w...
Four schools from Wolverhampton are joining forces with schools in Africa as part of a unique global education programme.
Warstones, Woodfield, Wodensfield and St Michael’s C of E primaries have forged partnerships with Kiine, Kananga and Kakaindu primary schools in Zambia via the Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning project.
Issues like climate change, gender equality and how to live sustainably affect everyone, wherever they are in the world. Teaching pupils about these issues is known as gl...
Pupils from Wolverhampton are among the finalists in a global art competition designed to raise awareness about climate change.
The annual Global Canvas competition, organised by the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation, encourages children to creatively showcase their concern for the environment.
Work by the shortlisted finalists will go on display at the Natural History Museum in London on Thursday (12 March) – including art by pupils from St Bartholomew's Church of England Primary School in Penn.