School and Universities
Would your school like to get involved in fundraising to help disabled children across the UK?
Whether you’re a primary or secondary school teacher, a parent or pupil, you’ll find all you need to know to help bring disability equality into the classroom, along with ideas on how you can fundraise for Whizz-Kidz and help disabled children.
We have lots of fundraising ideas suitable for primary and secondary schools that are flexible and can be incorporated into your teaching schedule. However you choose to fundraise, the Regional Fundraising team will be on-hand to offer any advice and help you need to help make your fundraising easy, enjoyable and successful.
Primary schools are now using School Starz, a fantastic new fundraising and disability awareness tool. It incorporates fun fundraising events into disability equality teaching, containing simple fundraising ideas for children and teachers with a disability awareness activity sheet suitable for Key stages 1 and 2.
If you would like to request a School Starz pack, please email us or call the Regional team on 020 7233 6600.
Secondary schools can request our schools fundraising guide for advice on how to incorporate fun fundraising events into disability equality teaching.
To do so, please email us or call the Regional team on 020 7233 6600.
To tie in with your fundraising we may be able to arrange for a local representative or beneficiary to visit your school. Our volunteer youth speakers could lead a school assembly, a classroom discussion or support you in your school fundraising, helping pupils to better understand the work of Whizz-Kidz.
If you’d like to request a visit from one of our volunteer youth speakers, please email us or call the Regional team on 020 7233 6600.
We have developed teaching materials suitable for Key Stages 1-4 which help children learn about the issues surrounding disability and can be used in the classroom.