Are you a teacher, parent,governor or group leader interested in organising a group of children from your school? Our Teacher’s Tool Kit offers a quick step-by-step guide, with links to a selection of downloadable resources to make the organisation quick and simple.
Tell your Head Teacher & Colleagues
You can download a template letter which details everything you need to know
Send a letter home to parents, to tell them what you are planning and invite them to register their children. Download our template letter for parents below and decide if you are going to use the opportunity to fundraise. You could raise funds for your own school project, register a new project or select one from The Good Exchange platform – The Good Exchange
Remind everybody your class/school are taking part. Tell them on our social media pages. Download flyers and posters
Sponsorship forms ‘Download our Manual Donation Form’
Race day planning
To help you organise parents ahead of race day, download a template letter which contains all the vital information parents need including timing, location, travel arrangements etc
Schools Prize Draw:
Greenham Trust is offering state primary and secondary schools an opportunity to enter a prize draw to win £500 for a project of their choice.
1. Each school who registers 10 or more pupils to run in Step Up 4 Good 2019 will automatically be entered into a prize draw for £500.
2. The pupils can participate in the Family Mini-Mile, Para-Mile, 3K or 10K runs or any combination of these.
3. The school must be within Greenham Trust’s area of operation, ie West Berkshire Unitary Authority or the following wards of North Hampshire:
• East Woodhay • Burghclere, Highclere & St Mary Bourne • Kingsclere • Tadley Central • Tadley South • Baughurst & Tadley North • Pamber & Silchester
Please see our T&C’s for further information
As part of our annual community running event Step Up 4 Good 10K & family fun runs, we encourage children from local schools to enter 10 or more pupils into the Family-Mile, Para-Mile or 3K race to be in with a chance of winning our popular Schools Prize Draw.
Out of 72 schools who took part, 31 were from local primary schools. We are delighted to announce this years’ winner is – St John the Evangelist School, Newbury. Congratulations! You will receive £500 in funding to purchase items or equipment. We very much look forward to seeing the outcome, of how the funds have been spent in due course.
Working for the Common Good
Greenham Trust supporting local community projects through the Good Exchange.
Come together. Do good.
The Good Exchange - Matching charitable local projects with funding from grant makers, donors and fundraisers.