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Discover the latest initiatives for raising money, and find out how to tap into free resources for your school


RSPCA resources


The RSPCA is urging primary schools to sign up to the RSPCA Compassion Competition, an education scheme created to teach KS2 children about animal welfare. The scheme encourages children to develop compassion and empathy, developing skills for their school lives and beyond. The resources, accredited by the PSHE Association, are designed to provide an exciting learning experience as well as supporting schools in the delivery of spiritual, moral, social and cultural education. Last year, around 700 schools took part. The competition – which runs until 23 March


– finishes with the chance to enter the Most Compassionate Class awards, where individual classes compete to win a behind-the-scenes day trip to an RSPCA Animal Centre. For more information, visit education.rspca.org.uk/education/teachers/ primary/compassionateclass.


AVIVA


VOLUNTEERS Since 2009, the Aviva Community Fund has awarded grants to thousands of community organisations, including schools. Now, the fund is being relaunched in order to combine funding opportunities with Aviva staff volunteering. All Aviva employees will each have 21 hours per year to spend as community volunteers, offering their skills and expertise for free. If your school could benefit from the people power of the Aviva workforce, go to aviva.co.uk/ services/more-from-aviva/ aviva-community-fund.


FREE CPD


TRAINING UK Parliament is offering free CPD training to teachers, ranging from workshops at your school to tailored sessions at the Palace of Westminster. Specialist seminar days are also available, with UK Parliament covering travel expenses for those in the state or voluntary/charitable education sector. The next seminar is on Tuesday 16 June 2020, with booking open now. Visit learning. parliament.uk/teacher- training for more details.


ENERGY-SAVING INNOVATIONS See our Resources opener (p53) for information about the new government-backed energy-saving tools for schools.


TRAVEL TO TOKYO


CHALLENGE Get Set, the official youth engagement programme of the British Olympic and Paralympic Associations, is inviting teams of schoolchildren to take part in a virtual journey to Tokyo. The aim of the Travel to Tokyo challenge is to encourage pupils and their families to get active and develop healthy exercise habits in this Olympic year. Teams of children, aged 5-11, log the physical


activity of themselves and their families throughout 2020, to compete for prizes such as sports equipment, family games, and school visits from British Olympic and Paralympics athletes. A range of free


classroom resources is available to help pupils try new activities and have fun. Teachers start by registering with Get Set and creating Travel to Tokyo teams at getset.co.uk/travel-


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