At School

Fundraising for the Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance at school is an exciting venture for children of all ages, promoting community involvement and their social responsibility.
 
Our fundraising package provides a fascinating study subject for children, learning about the infrastructure of the charity from the operational side and the way in which fundraising can have a huge impact on saving lives. For further information about the different presentations we offer for students, please click here.

There are many ways to get involved as part of our fundraising package. Download our support materials by clicking on the relevant Key Stage you require along with useful documents such as our Booking Form for assemblies, presentations and Dr Dudley, a Student Sponsorship Form and a Monies Return Form.

 
Infant
4 - 7 years
Key Stage 1
 
Activity sheets plus a very special presentation introducing our very own mascot Dr Dudley.
Activity sheets plus an exciting presentation on the life-saving service the helicopter and crew provides.   Primary
8 - 11 years
Key Stage 2
Secondary
12 + years
Key Stage 3
 
Activity sheets, a presentation and an additional careers presentation is available on the job roles within the charity

 

Pupils of any age may wish to take part in Funky Footwear Friday, we have provided you with a poster that you can fill out with your fundraising date and certificates for your funkiest class, chick or dude!

Whatever fundraising you choose to participate in we are here every step of the way to offer help and guidance.  All schools and groups will be supplied with a Target Board (pictured right) and a Press Release to advertise your final achievements.
 
If you would like to register your school to receive your pack along with your Target Board by post, then please contact our community team on 01622 833833 or email Dora Szefki: doras@kssairambulance.org.uk

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