Welcome to our Seeds of Hope Project...
Seeds of Hope is an educational project designed for young learners from nursery age to KS2, which is dedicated to opening discussions about equity, diversity and inclusion in a safe space.
The project is free to join and it invites young people to explore our differences and to learn to celebrate them, using a sunflower as a parallel. Children also learn about planting as they grow their own sunflowers. The project is primary school teacher developed so meets current syllabus needs.
We want to show future generations that, much like a sunflower, we may all require different support and conditions to grow, but we are all beautiful.
All you need to get started is a pack of sunflower seeds and our shared passion of celebrating diversity. Over the course of the sunflowers blooming, we will send monthly newsletters containing resources and learning material focusing on those topics for you to go through with your class.
Please let us know if you would like to take part in this year's project so we can add you to our list!
Deadline to sign up: 28th February 2024
Includes Seeds of Hope case study, other opportunities for staff/parents/carers and for children to get involved in, plus fundraising ideas
Bonus Fundraising Element...🌻
Seeds of Hope is free to join, but we are appreciative of any fundraising your organisation chooses to do for us!
Please see our Seeds of Hope pack for fundraising ideas.
If you raise at least £100 for The Sunshine Fund, we can discuss partnership opportunities such as:
🌟 A giant cheque presentation with photos to share
🌟 Team Sunshine can lead an assembly or talk for your young people
🌟 We will give you a shout out on our socials and in our weekly column which is printed online and in The Chronicle.