There are lots of ways that your school can get involved with Unicef and help us to promote and protect children’s rights. Whether it's putting children’s rights at the heart of your schools ethos, getting involved with a Unicef UK campaign or fundraising to support Unicef’s vital work for children, we have plenty of ideas and resources to help you.

  • Support UNICEF with your school through the Rights Respecting School Award © UNICEF

    Rights Respecting School Award The Rights Respecting Schools Award is a Unicef UK programme that aims to put children’s rights at the heart of schools in the UK. With children’s rights as a central part of your school’s planning, policies, ethos and culture, you can improve pupils’ well-being and help develop every child’s talents and abilities to their full potential.

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    Fundraise for Unicef From hosting a simple cake sale to taking part in our flagship fundraising campaign Day for Change, there are so many fun and rewarding ways your school can raise money to help protect children in danger.  

  • Join the Schools Campaign Network to raise awareness of UNICEF and fundraise for charity donations at school. © UNICEF UK/2012/RobertGriffin

    Campaign with Unicef Our Schools Campaign Network offers pupils the chance to become active citizens and speak out in support of children's rights around the world. From signing petitions, creatively raising awareness in their school community, to speaking with their local MP – there are lots of ways for pupils to take action.