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#MAKEADIFFERENCE CHALLENGE

Complete 7 Challenges to Help Your Community

What is the #MAKEADIFFERENCE challenge?

 

It is a social action challenge that takes place every year during the summer holidays – starting on 23rd July 2018. You can sign up online. It’s FREE to take part!

 

There are two sets of 7 challenges designed for ages 5-16 based around Wildlife & Conservation and Breast Cancer.

 

Once you’ve completed all 7 challenges, you will receive a certificate and special prize. Read below on how to SIGN UP!

Sign up
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How can I take part

 

Ask your parent or carer to sign up for you online if you are UNDER 13.

 

If you are OVER 13 feel free to sign up yourself.

 

You are given the challenges after you sign up that helps you keep track of your progress.

Sign up

Parents & carers

 

Taking part in the #MAKEADIFFERENCE Challenge:
During the summer holidays – the sooner you go the longer your child will have to do the challenges.

 

Register your child for the Challenge to get them started.

 

Like our page on Facebook or follow us on Instagram to keep up with the latest Summer Social Action Challenge news and competitions from our publisher partners.

Your child's safety

Your child’s online safety is paramount to us.

 

When children (over 13) register, we ask them to give us an email address; this is never passed on to third parties. For children who enter a competition, we will use it to let them know if they have won a prize.

 

We never use children’s real names or allow messages with real names to be posted on our site. Similarly any personal information such as addresses and phone numbers are never displayed.

 

If you have any other questions regarding safety and your child please Contact Us

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Schools and teachers

 

The #MAKEADIFFERENCE Challenge is open to all primary school aged children and is designed for all abilities.

 

The aim is to engage pupils to become more active in their social action and the community, as well as promote awareness about the causes.

 

If you’d like to take part or are interested about learning more about the challenges then please do get in touch.

 

Getting involved with the #MAKEADIFFERENCE Challenge can benefit your pupils.

Find out more here

How do schools benefit?

The Challenge is run in public, in the summer holidays, and is free for children to take part. By getting your pupils involved in the #MAKEDIFFERENCE Challenge, your school can:

Enhance and support the school’s Social Action initiatives and involve parents and the wider community.

Continue to support pupils’ learning during the holidays in a fun, creative and child-directed way.

Encourage pupils and families to download the map for FREE.

Provide evidence to OFSTED of your school’s involvement in community initiatives and social and cultural activities.

 

How do schools get their pupils involved?

You can:

Inform parents and support those who might find it harder to take part or engage with Youth centre services, using our family leaflets (available from July 2018)

Celebrate the achievements of pupils who participate in the Challenge in September with a celebration assembly that could be attended by your local Youth centre staff or by taking photos of Challenge completers with their certificates and medals for your school newsletter.

Use the data on your pupils’ participation, year on year, as evidence of your school’s Social Action for initiatives and of your school’s engagement with the local community and pupils’ social and cultural development.

The #MAKEADIFFERENCE Challenge is inclusive of all children and families and all stages of Social Action development.

Youth workers & centres

 

The #MAKEADIFFERENCE Challenge is open to ages 5-16 and is designed for all abilities.

The aim is to engage young people to become more active in their social action and the community, as well as promote awareness about the causes.

If you’d like to take part or are interested about learning more about the challenges then please do get in touch.

Getting involved with the #MAKEADIFFERENCE Challenge can benefit your young people.

Find out more

How do youth centres benefit?

The Challenge is run in public, in the summer holidays, and is free for children to take part. By getting your young people involved in the #MAKEDIFFERENCE Challenge, your youth centre can:

Enhance and support the centres Social Action initiatives and involve parents and the wider community.

Continue to support young people’s learning during the holidays in a fun, creative and child-directed way.

Encourage young people and families to download the map for FREE.

Provide evidence to OFSTED of your school’s involvement in community initiatives and social and cultural activities.

How do schools get their pupils involved?

You can:

Inform parents and support those who might find it harder to take part or engage with Youth centre services, using our family leaflets (available from July 2018).

Celebrate the achievements of pupils who participate in the Challenge in September with a celebration assembly that could be attended by your local Youth centre staff or by taking photos of Challenge completers with their certificates and medals for your school newsletter.

Use the data on your pupils’ participation, year on year, as evidence of your school’s Social Action for initiatives and of your school’s engagement with the local community and pupils’ social and cultural development.

The #MAKEADIFFERENCE Challenge is inclusive of all children and families and all stages of Social Action development.

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FAQs

 

Have any questions about the #MAKEADIFFERENCE Challenge. Click below.

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If you have a question that hasn’t been answered, Contact Us.

Can I complete the Challenge through website?

No, the Challenge must be completed on the list.

Do I have to do the challenges on the list?
Yes, only the tasks in the list.


When will I receive my certificate?

When you have completed all your challenges. Send us a pic of the signed off challenge list with your details  so we know who to send it to. If you get stuck please don’t hesitate to contact us.