Assemblies

Use our assemblies to help you teach fair trade.

Pop the date in your diary (29th Feb- 13th March 2016) and use our fantastic Fairtrade Fortnight assemblies to introduce the idea of smallholder farmers.

Download the Primary School Assembly

Download the Secondary School Assembly


These values can bring light to communities, promoting co-operation and warmth rather than hostility or simply ambivalence. Each of us also have the choice on a day-to-day basis of whether to bring warmth, co-operation and peace or hostility and negative feeling.

Download the Peace and Friendship Assembly


This year we are hearing a lot about people competing in the Olympics; sports people who are famous for being good at sport. We would never have heard these names if they were not outstanding in their field and hadn’t become known for winning competitions and reaching the Olympics.

Download the Fame Assembly


Who has ever played a game where someone cheated? Who has lost as a result? How did it feel? Have you ever shouted ‘he cheated! That’s not fair!’ It can be very frustrating if we are trying to take part fairly and follow the rules, and other people cheat.

Download the Be Fair Assembly


This assembly introduces the concept of fair trade and what it means when a product carries the Fairtrade mark.

Download the Fairtrade Mark Assembly KS2

Download the Fairtrade Mark Assembly KS3


This assembly aims to explain why fair trade is necessary and why developing countries are disadvantaged in world trade.

Download the Fair Play Assembly


This assembly explains the role of cooperatives in fair trade and underlines the importance of working together.

Download the Cooperation Assembly


This assembly introduces the concept of fair trade and explains what it means when a product carries the Fairtrade mark.

Download the Fairtrade Mark Assembly for KS2

Download the Fairtrade Mark Assembly for KS3


This assembly explains who makes the rules in world trade and why developing countries are at a disadvantage.

Download the Fair Play Assembly


This assembly explains the roles of cooperatives in fair trade.

Download the Cooperation Assembly


Suitable for ages 5 - 11

This assembly introduces the theme of fair trade through choice.

It includes a general introduction, suitable for all ages; 3 suggested illustrations suitable for ages 5 to 11; and a section which links this illustration to fair trade.

Download the Choices assembly (PDF).

Download the accompanying PowerPoint presentation.


Suitable for ages 5 - 14

This assembly introduces the idea that we are all connected and decisions that we make affect other people.

It includes a general introduction, suitable for all ages; 3 suggested illustrations suitable for ages 5 to 14; and a section which links this illustration to fair trade.

Download the Global Citizenship assembly (PDF).

Download the accompanying PowerPoint presentation.


Suitable for ages 5 - 14

This assembly links fair trade with every child's basic human rights.

It includes an introductory page; 3 suggested illustrations suitable for ages 5 to 14; and a section which links this illustration to fair trade.

Download the Human Rights assembly (PDF).

Download the accompanying PowerPoint presentation.

You can download Rumi's story as referenced on P3 as part of a collection of stories here. Smrity's story (as an alternative) can be downloaded here.


Suitable for ages 5 - 14

This assembly focuses on the fact that we are linked to other people around the world.

It includes a general introduction, suitable for all ages; 3 suggested illustrations suitable for ages 5 to 14; and a section which links this illustration to fair trade.

Download the Interdependence assembly (PDF).

Download the accompanying PowerPoint presentation.