Sugar - Malawi and Mauritius

Scroll down for our key stage 2 resources exploring sugar and Malawi.

You may want to use these extra activities to complement this unit.


In this lesson the pupils write a newspaper report about a farmer being eaten by a crocodile in Malawi.


In this lesson the children role play being part of a village shop and create word problems for each other to solve


In this lesson the class visits Chinangwa Village in Malawi and then writes a post card back detailing their trip.


In this lesson the class learns about the importance of electricity to a small village in Malawi and then writes about it.


In this lesson the children explore the conductivity of different materials and how to make circuits in the context of Chinangwa Village in Malawi, whose inhabitants can now access electricity.


The children create a Fairtrade dance in this lesson to tell the story of a sugar farming community which wants their sugar to be Fairtrade.


In this lesson the class creates 10 golden rules of how to treat people and draws links to Fairtrade.


In this lesson the class creates raps about Fairtrade.


In this lesson the class reads the story of the Good Samaritan and draws parallels to Fairtrade.


In this lesson the class acts out different roles in the supply chain to help them consider different opinions and perspectives.


In this lesson the class uses statistics to compare the situation in Malawi, Mauritius and the UK in the context of Fairtrade.