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Bringing Social Action into the Classroom

“Social action has a place beyond extracurricular activities and fundraising. It can exist in the classroom too.”

Fundraising and social action has always been an important part of what we do at Hilden Grange and recently we’ve been giving a lot of thought to how we can embed it across the curriculum . In this article, Mrs Tait gives an insight into how we choose the causes that we support and how we ensure that the children are able to engage with these in a meaningful way.

How we brought social action into the classroom

At the Sponsored Walk in aid of the Children’s Liver Disease Foundation children completed a task about the organs of the human body.
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