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Weʼre raising £80,000 to Help break down perceptions towards children with special educational needs, disabilities and mental health difficulties using pupil voice.

Colchester, Essex, UK

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I, along with other's, will be walking to 18 special school's all across Essex in just 5 day's. To put that into perspective that is just under 150 miles and works out to more than a marathon a day. The walk will not only raise funds but awareness of what makes a special school. Too many children leave education without having an understanding about our differences and it is the aim of council to change all that. We have worked with over 100 schools in Essex and the children generate all our ideas on how to break down perceptions - and this is just another example. We wish for our work in Essex to be replicated in other counties and eventually ensure SEND awareness forms part of our national curriculum. By supporting our walk you will generate funds that will give more children the platform to be heard and if we shout loud enough someone will hear us in the end.

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  • kierran pearce1 month ago
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    kierran pearce

    1 month ago

    Due to your generosity and our continued support from other organisations we are very pleased to drop our target down to 80,000. I am very hopeful that within the next few months as we get closer to the walk we will receive more support so that we can hit this target! I want to thank everybody who has donated so far and would ask you for your continued support by sharing this page end encouraging others to join you in supporting us! Thank-you so much, Kierran

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  • kierran pearce6 months ago
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    kierran pearce

    6 months ago

    As well as the fantastic support online we are also receiving great support offline which means we have easily reached our first £1000 so far. We are are slowly getting more and more support and awareness for our walk and i want to thank-you all for helping towards that. You are all amazing! Kierran

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  • kierran pearce9 months ago
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    kierran pearce

    9 months ago

    Thank-you everyone for the early support and reaching our first £100 ! All donations will make a great difference to SEN education.

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9 months ago

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Page last updated on: 3/26/2019 06.44

Supporters

30

  • Hannah Pearson

    Hannah Pearson

    Mar 26, 2019

    Good luck Kierran! Great cause 🙌🏼☺️

    £20.00

  • Carol scholar

    Carol scholar

    Mar 25, 2019

    Good luck

    £25.00

  • Kathryn Excell

    Kathryn Excell

    Mar 12, 2019

    Good Luck on your walk. My grandson attended Market Fields and is now on his way to university.

    £10.00

  • Anna Middleton

    Anna Middleton

    Feb 6, 2019

    Good luck with the walk and the campaign! My son attends Oak Biew School and I’m sure will be there to welcome you!

    £10.00

  • Vickie Embley

    Vickie Embley

    Jan 31, 2019

    Good luck in June. What an amazing gift you giving to so many deserving people

    £20.00

  • Elizabeth Keig

    Elizabeth Keig

    Jan 30, 2019

    Good luck To you all!

    £30.00

  • Téa Addison

    Téa Addison

    Jan 17, 2019

    £10.00

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kierran pearce

kierran pearce

Colchester, Essex, UK

Kierran Pearce, SEND teacher and passionate about breaking down negative perceptions. I work on a multi-schools project 1-day a week and we are looking to increase the support from our local council in Essex.

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