Earlier this term, pupils from Form 3 hosted a Café with an ethical and healthy twist.
The Café was raising money for the Rainforest Foundation UK who help preserve the rainforest.
The children in Form 3 had been learning about the Rainforest and all the wildlife who call the ecosystem home. The school’s Rainforest café is part of an annual attempt to support the foundation in their goal to help indigenous peoples and forest communities around the world gain the land and resource rights they deserve, and in the process reduce deforestation activities such as illegal logging and palm oil production.
Pupils from Form 3 held a breakfast for parents, grandparents and friends and which include a wide selection of waffles, fruit, ethically sourced teas and coffees amongst other things. Proceeds from the sale are going straight to the foundation.
Form 3 teacher, Dan Woods, said: “This is a day that the Form 3 children always look forward to.”
“It was a fantastic morning and we raised over £250 to help support a great cause.”
To find out more about the Rainforest Foundation, visit www.rainforestfoundationuk.org