Sheffield schoolchildren will be paying David Cameron a visit to show the actions they have taken on behalf of the campaign on global hunger.
Members of the school council from St Thomas More Catholic Primary School have led their school this year in getting involved with the Enough Food For Everyone If campaign.
They researched the Enough Food for Everyone IF campaign and were inspired to get involved by creating part of a hunger cloth as a centre piece for a CAFOD exhibition at the Sheffield Winter Gardens in March. They also wrote messages to David Cameron asking him to use his influence to make world food distribution fairer. They have taken all that they have learnt back into school and have inspired pupils and staff to get involved