#STEP4SCHOOLS

Get your students moving towards inclusion

1-30 September 2024

STEPtember is Australia’s favourite, and most inclusive, virtual health and well-being fundraising challenge.

Classrooms are encouraged to move their own way to 10,000 steps per day during the month of September - walk, swim, dance, wheel, run ... any way you like - and fundraise to support people with cerebral palsy.

A fun and inclusive health and well-being challenge for your school, STEPtember promotes diversity and inclusion, builds a culture of empathy, and encourages kids to celebrate their differences.

Get in touch today, and find out how we can support your school to make a move.

#STEP4Schools Day - 6 SEPTEMBER 2024

A powerful way to foster inclusivity and celebrate diversity at your school.

Host a mufti day with a gold coin donation or organise an all school move around the oval - walk, run, skip, wheel, dance… whatever your student’s moves are, the key is to have fun!

WHY: Promoting #STEP4Schools Day within your school’s community is a great to kick start conversations about what disability means, build a culture of empathy, and encourage your students to celebrate their differences.

HOW: Get in touch today for access to comprehensive resources to include in your lesson plans, to make #STEP4Schools Day easy, fun and impactful.

WHAT IS STEPTEMBER?

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AUSTRALIA'S FAVOURITE

An inclusive, virtual health and well-being fundraising challenge, supporting people with cerebral palsy.

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FUN CHALLENGE

Classrooms can move their own way to 10,000 steps per day, for 30 days this September.

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INCLUSION & DIVERSITY

Make an impact in your community, promote inclusion, and raise awareness.

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CONNECTION

A fun classroom activity that connects students and celebrates each other's differences.

WHO YOU'LL BE MOVING FOR

Tilly is a little bookworm, loves frame running, swimming, and hanging out with her siblings. She also has cerebral palsy.

During her first trimester, Joanna, Tilly's mother, contracted cytomegalovirus (CMV) - a common virus that can cause epilepsy, deafness and cerebral palsy.

Your fundraising helps Cerebral Palsy Alliance continue to provide life-changing Early Intervention Therapy for babies at risk of cerebral palsy, like Tilly.

Downloadable resources for schools

JUMP IN AND MAKE YOUR MOVE

Join the Movement in 2024 and we'll be with you every step of the way!

You'll have access to some awesome classroom resources designed to get your students active and having fun, while building awareness and understanding for kids with disabilities.

Spread the word within your community that your students are moving for inclusion, and ask for their support.

MOVE TOGETHER FOR PEOPLE WITH CEREBRAL PALSY.

JOIN THE MOVEMENT TOWARDS INCLUSIVITY.

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