Featherstone High School pupils are working alongside Hayes FM to create a radio show about how Fairtrade can be sustained throughout the year.
The show follows the school’s successful Fairtrade Fortnight.
The whole school got involved in a range of activities, from sales of Fairtrade cakes and snacks to a number of assemblies on the issue.
Highlight of the week was a visit from representatives of Divine Chocolate, a Fairtrade company.
They spoke to students about how cocoa is turned into chocolate and gave a lesson on how to eat chocolate properly, using all five senses.
James Mutton, geography teacher, said the fortnight had allowed students to link what they were learning about Fairtrade in geography lessons to the real world.
Source: Ealing Times