Fashion Revolution Day at Primary School

by Nikki Mattei 3 years ago
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Fashion Revolution offers primary school teachers great opportunities to engage their pupils in finding out more about the clothing industry. They can take part in interesting group work to find out more about where in the world their clothes are made and think about the people who are involved in the manufacture.

Becky Earley, who is on the Fashion Revolution Global Advisory Committee, involved her own children’s primary school here in the UK last year for the first Fashion Revolution Day. You can read all about what Becky has planned for the school this year at her blog

There is still time to download your Fashion Revolution Education Pack for primary schools.  Just go the the Education Page on the website, get the pack and register at the bottom of the page so that we can keep in touch and let you know about the impact of all the events and actions taking place on Friday.



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