For Schools

Take on the steps challenge as a school

Sign up as a school to reach the ‘Magic Million’ steps milestone. 

#YourWalk is a great way to engage children and families with global issues such as conflict and refugees – all while experiencing the benefits of walking outdoors. We even provide free teaching resources, for children aged seven to 16, to facilitate lesson plans on the issues #YourWalk addresses. 

We will provide you with all promotional materials – including fun sticker packs – and, if you commit to fundraise £400 (the equivalent of two laptops) we’ll also provide you with pedometers to help get children and families moving and counting their steps. 

Theirworld, Your Walk is also a great platform to help students complete part of their Duke of Edinburgh Award. The steps they take can be logged in their physical section activity log or they can accumulate hours for their volunteering section by fundraising for Theirworld.

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How your school can​ get involved​

Theirworld Your Walk 300k milestone sticker

The Thrilling 300k

Challenge students to complete 300,000 steps on their own (or with their families if they’re a bit younger) – that’s 10,000 steps a day!

Theirworld Your Walk - Magic Million Milestone sticker

The Magic Million

Encourage students to team up to walk one million steps together. They can team up in classes, year groups or even houses and combine their steps to reach that all important target. Teachers, support staff and parents may want to join too!

Svitlana Kolmykova is head teacher at Kharkiv Secondary School No. 79, which received ten laptops as part of our Digital Equity for Ukraine initiative. Students study in a bomb shelter in Kharkiv, Ukraine using donated laptops. The laptops were donated as part of the Digital Equity in Ukraine project via local partner Fundacja Q to a school in Kharkiv, Ukraine.

Why walk? Svitlana's story

You may think a laptop is just a laptop. But for young Ukrainians, a laptop is a lifeline. It provides a connection with family and friends, a sense of stability during a crisis and most of all, a way to keep on learning.

Hear from head teacher, Svitlana Kolmykova, on how ten donated HP laptops are helping their bomb-damaged school keep going.

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Walk steps. Raise money. Donate laptops

Ready to take on the steps challenge as a school? Get in touch with us and start fundraising.

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