Stuck on how to get your school involved with fundraising? Well, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve put together a handy list of ideas and all the resources you need to have a cracking time.
Books at the ready! Challenge your pupils to read a number of books of your choosing throughout the term with Gromit’s Grand Read. This can be a team effort, but you could make it a competition between classes.
Why not add a BIG Bake stall to your summer fete this year for a day jam-packed with fundraising sweetness, or hold a cupcake decoration competition? To make sure your event is piped to perfection, we’ve put together a cracking kit containing all the ingredients for a truly delicious day.
Take on a sponsored run and encourage your pupils to see how many laps of the playground, park, or garden they can do. You could also raise funds from your annual sports day. Have pupils race against teachers, host inter-class sports matches, or organise a sponsored star jump competition.
Gromit’s sponsored silence
Is your school filled with little chatterboxes? Gromit doesn’t express himself with spoken words, but his facial expressions and body language speak volumes! Will your classes manage to communicate as effectively as Gromit and without breaking the silence?
Wallace & Gromit’s Wrong Trousers Day
Take part in the most unique dress-down day of the year – Wallace & Gromit’s Wrong Trousers Day. The idea is simple: wear your wackiest and most wonderful trousers and make the classroom your catwalk.
Wallace’s cracker of a spell-a-thon
The eccentric inventor loves cheese and with over 500 varieties to choose from, what better way to challenge your super spellers than testing their dairy knowledge? For the younger competitors, there’s the added option of a cheesy word search too.
Everything you need to kick start your school fundraising!
Take on Gromit’s sponsored silence.
Wallace’s cracker of a spell-a-thon.
Feather’s coin collection.
Wallace’s cheesy word search for beginners.
An advanced Wallace’s cheesy word search.
Use our pack and organise your own competition.