fairandfunky and Pockets Theatre deliver a range of exciting workshops that provoke an emotional response to Fairtrade, teaching citizenship, geography and literacy skills through drama. 


Fairtrade Farmer Drama is suitable for KS2, and takes students on a journey along the supply chain of bananas or chocolate. Using dramatic games, role-play, discussion, and performance; the workshops enhance learning about Africa or South America whilst developing speaking and listening skills.


Within the workshop students also develop their social, moral and cultural understanding, and identify the role of voluntary, community and pressure groups



This full day workshop costs £395 and assumes a class size of 30 children. This includes a resource pack for your school to use in extended learning post workshop. The workshop can be adapted to meet the specific needs of your individual school or class. 

To discuss your requirements, and receive a quote tailored for you, please contact:



sophie@fairandfunky.com or pocketstheatre@gmail.com

The workshop uses games, role play, debate, workshops and performance to teach the learning objectives; and work towards reaching the following National Curriculum guidelines:


Citizenship: Preparing to play an active role as citizen and understanding British Values.


Geography: Knowledge and understanding of places; Understanding of a locality in a country 

which is less economically developed.


English: Participate in discussions, presentations, performances, role play, improvisations and debates. Listening to peers to consider and evaluate different viewpoints.


Drama: opportunities to improvise, devise and script drama for one another and a range of 

audiences, as well as to rehearse, refine, share and respond thoughtfully to drama performances.


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