Our huge thanks go to the Southampton partnership schools (Holy Family Catholic Primary, Bitterne Park Junior and Sinclair primary schools) for all their fantastic support for our Hungry for Change campaign on food and hunger.
Our Education Volunteer for the schools, Isabella Lally, writes:
“Children from these three schools have written numerous messages on paper fish to the Prime Minister calling for a fairer global food system.
“However one class at Holy Family Catholic primary were so enthusiastic they decided to make display posters with extra large fish messages!”
Thanks so much to all the teachers and staff at all three schools for giving children the time to participate in this very important campaign and special thanks to Tamara Sterck at Holy Family for supporting the children with their posters. Thank you too Isabella for visiting the schools to thank them for all their work on behalf of CAFOD.