PUPILS have been learning about Fairtrade, conservation and recycling.
St Mary of the Angels Primary School, Little Sutton, held a variety of events to mark Fairtrade fortnight.
Parents and friends of Year 1 were invited to a Fairtrade coffee morning on Friday while pupils delivered and assembly promoting Fairtrade.
Teacher Mrs Busby said: “The children have worked really hard.”
Junior recycling officers also organised a clothes collection.
Bags were filled with clothes and shoes and Bag2School pays schools by the total weight of the bags collected.
The clothes are then re-used, home or abroad, and by doing so reduce the amount of clothing and textiles going to landfill.
Headteacher Robert Hughes said: “The junior recycling officers work hard to promote recycling throughout our school community; they are doing an excellent job.”
Pupils also enjoyed a visit from Chester Zoo ranger Becca Bingle.
Becca spoke to pupils on key issues such as conservation and endangered animals, helping to raise their awareness.