PEAS has a strong history of working with schools in the UK to further our work in Uganda.
Your school can get involved in helping us to deliver much needed educational opportunities to some of the most disadvantaged young people in one of the poorest countries of the world.
Bridges to Africa is an annual 10km sponsored walk in London, Birmingham and Manchester. In the past five years, thousands of students from schools across London and the UK have taken part and raised an unbelievable £125,000 for our schools in Uganda. Even Gordon Brown and John Snow have come along!
The Bridges to Africa event in 2011 was the BIGGEST ONE EVER and even included a school in Spain! If you are a teacher, you need to bring your school along next year and join in the fun! We have made the event very simple to bring your students to, with lots of support and we've developed a scheme of work on 'poverty in Africa'. We really can't over-emphasise what a fantastic day out this will be for you and your students.
Visit the Bridges to Africa pages to find out more and to sign-up your school.
Lots of schools fundraise for PEAS and we'd be happy to talk to you about how to get your students involved. If you would like a member of the PEAS team to come into your school and talk about our work, please get in touch and we'll arrange it.
PEAS loves schools!