Flourishing in learning and love
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The focus of the campaign this year was cocoa. In collective worship we linked our new value of Justice to Fairtrade by looking at the fair treatment of cocoa farmers around the world. Everyone enjoyed a piece of Fairtrade chocolate at the end of our values assembly, when we talked about how Fairtrade helps to ensure cocoa farmers get a fair price for their highly desirable product.
Fairtrade Fortnight began on Monday 26 February and we marked this with a special assembly and a Fairtrade banana for every child on Tuesday. The children learned what Fairtrade means and have been looking out for the special logo when they go shopping.
Further to our inspection in July 2017 we are pleased to inform parents that we have retained our Green Flag status! Thank you to everybody for all their hard work in achieving this award.
To become an Eco-School once again, the school needed to show that the whole school community is involved. Our Eco-Committee of pupils from each year group have worked together to conduct an Environmental Review of the school. They involved the whole school in creating an Eco-Code.
We are pleased to announce that Victoria Church of England Infant and Nursery School has received the FairAchiever Award for 2016-2019. Well done to Mrs Woodworth for all her hard work helping us to achieve this!