New for 2017 schools

What's new for 2017?

The Traidcraft Schools team has worked hard these past few months to come up with exciting new resources and ideas to help your school get involved in fair trade this year.

New edition of our School Magazine

With a new year, a new issue! Download our little Schools Magazine, full to the brim with real school stories, recipes, insights into our products and themes, and a step by step guide to engagement during the first half of 2017. 

Download our handy guide to a Fair Trade Spring and Summer in School.


Fairtrade Fortnight!

It's almost that time of year again... The most Fairtrade-y time of the year!

You can hold a Fairtrade themed assembly, start a tuckshop, or invite parents in to school for a Traidcraft Big Brew!

Fairtrade Fortnight Assembly Powerpoints

Download materials for the Traidcraft Big Brew

Start your own Tuck Shop

Hold a Big Traidcraft Breakfast


Let It Grow!

You might notice a theme emerging from Traidcraft during the first half of 2017. Let It Grow is our overarching campaign to raise awareness of the plight of everyday families in the developing world.

We've produced powerpoints, activities, and producer stories for you to explore in the classroom. while linking in to our activities during Fairtrade Fortnight. Explore our Let It Grow resources here.


And finally... The Snack Attack Challenge is BACK for 2017!

At Traidcraft we want to encourage the next generation of decision makers to be creative and pioneering in their approach to life and enterprising; to think about people as well as profit and the impact of the choices they make every day.

Have your class enter our design and innovation competition, and the winning entries will receive £100 of Traidcraft products for their school. We’ll also promote their victories via our website and social media platforms! You can read more detailed information about the Challenge here.
Already have exciting fair trade plans for the Autumn term? Or is there anything else new you'd like to see us create?

Read more about the Snack Attack Challenge here.

Please email us at with your news, pictures and ideas - we'd love to hear from you!