Schools

Join schools across the UK and take part in our first ever Health Heroes Week (5th-9th February 2018).

Multiply the difference your school can make by joining hundreds of students, UK wide and work in partnership with real life heroes! 

 

Health Heroes is a creative whole school event that encourages students to celebrate the work of real life health heroes, whilst learning how they can support them to bring about health rights for all. On Health Heroes Day, students wear their own mask and are encouraged to discuss the super powers they would have if they were real life health heroes.

 

To take part, simply contact Verity who can help you run your event with minimal effort and maximum success: v.crawford@healthpovertyaction.org


 

Or perhaps you want an activity to burn off some of that extra energy?

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The School Stomp is a sponsored protest for the whole school to raise money for the world’s poorest children to give them the essential health care and futures they deserve. It’s a healthy and fun way for students to raise money and awareness for the health issues faced by children all over the world.


 

Both events creatively engage students in global issues and incorporate fundamental school values such as PSHE, SMSC, British Values, Rights Respecting and Healthy Schools.

By supporting Health Poverty Action, students are working in partnership and standing up for health rights and justice for all.

Get in touch with Verity (v.crawford@healthpovertyaction.org) if you’d like to organise your own event or are looking for your school’s next charity of the year!

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