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Empower your young Champions!

BBC Children in Need and Lloyds Bank are excited to launch Champions of Change – a new education initiative for this year that links learning and fundraising. It’s strictly by children, for children!

You can now visit the brand new website for a host of curriculum-linked education resourcesto download. This includes teacher notes, assembly presentations, videos, activity templates, and loads of fundraising ideas.

By planning your fundraising now, your young Champions will be in a better position to raise more money to help more children just like them.Join thousands of schools across the UK and kick off your fundraising journey with a Launch Assembly or Event from 28 September.

Champions of ChangeVisit www.bbcchildreninneed.co.uk/championsofchange for more information and to request a limited edition Reward Kit – packed with goodies to kick-start young fundraisers in your school!

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