The Tiger Munchers from St Marks CE Primary School have 10 explorers in their team and are at the success stage of their journey.
They have surveyed 372 people, created 45 blog posts and taken 13 actions. Read more about the team progress below.
We have just finished our 2nd investigation. We have had a lot more responses and created a lot of interest. We have entered our last results. We'll be keeping our fingers crossed and we hope we do well - we have certainly enjoyed doing this challenge. The Fair Trade stall in now a regular stall in school for children, staff and the community.
The children have been designing posters, to inform others about Fair Trade. Why we should try and buy Fair Trade. The children made different posters and leaflets. They used plenty of colours to attract attention, making them eye-catching and easy to read. Lots of bright colourful pictures were used, making them appealing, inviting and easy to read. Most of the children decorated their posters with trees, and used the colour green to show the link with the rainforest. About half of the class used the computers and half of the class created their posters, using felt pens, pastels or crayons.