Use this PowerPoint to help you deliver a Sport Relief assembly in your school. It will help pupils understand why they are fundraising and inspire them to raise money for Sport Relief 2018. Show your pupils the short film about Precious. This will help them understand how money raised for Sport Relief changes lives through sport.
Quick and easy fundraising activities to run with your students this Sport Relief.
Use our film (link for film included in PowerPoint) about 15-year-old Sipho, who lives in a township near Cape Town, South Africa. The townships are violent and dangerous, and one in five young people who grows up there suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) as a result of tough childhood experiences. This assembly will help your pupils compare their lives with those of others and understand the difference their fundraising makes.
Key Stage 2 topic map packed with cross-curricular activity ideas to help develop your pupils understanding of Precious and life in South Africa.
Key Stage 1 topic map packed with cross-curricular activity ideas to help develop your pupils understanding of Precious and life in South Africa.
The activities here will give your children an opportunity to share Awande’s imaginative fun, develop new understanding of the world and play co-operatively.
Quick and easy fundraising activities to run with your pupils this Sport Relief.
Planning a sponsored event? Use our handy sponsorship form to keep a record of your fundraising.
Deepen your students' understanding of Sipho's story through these PSHE and tutor time activities.
Explore the link between sport and wellbeing with our inspirational activity ideas.
Download the lyrics for this year's Sport Relief Schools' Song.
Download the sheet music for this year's Sport Relief Schools' Song.
Get your pupils to think about the difference they can make when they take part in Sport Relief, and ask them to fill in a pledge card. Stick them up in the classroom to see just how far your school is going for Sport Relief.
Use this editable template to tell parents and carers about your Sport Relief fundraising activities
Read these top tips for publicising your Sport Relief fundraising activities and events
Recognise your fundraisers' hard work with this downloadable Well Done certificate.
Share these photographs about Awande’s life growing up in Cape Town, South Africa. Talking about the images will develop children’s understanding of families in other parts of the world.
Decorate your school for Sport Relief event with this downloadable bunting.
Use these at your Mile event.
Use this activity sheet to create a Go-Go obstacle course
Publicise your fundraising event with this handy schools' press release template.