Schools supported by Strutt & Parker

Strutt & ParkerWooden Spoon works with schools to raise funds to support children and young people with a disability or facing a disadvantage in communities near you. Join in with our Schools campaign supported by Strutt & Parker; you can also help by holding your own event, embracing one of our fundraising ideas, or selecting us as your Charity of the Year partner. We’ve got lots of options and are on hand to support you.

WEAR OUR SOCKS!

Our Schools campaign supported by Strutt & Parker is an exciting new initiative where students can wear Wooden Spoon O’Neills rugby socks for a match and help to raise vital funds for local children!

Millfield U14 rugby

Millfield U14 rugby ‘playing their socks off for charity’

Andy Martin, Senior Partner Strutt & Parker, said “We are delighted to be supporting Wooden Spoon, the children’s charity of rugby, with their Schools campaign. The simple act of wearing the distinctive Wooden Spoon socks will help many children and young people with disabilities or facing disadvantage in the UK and Ireland. We encourage all schools, colleges and educational institutions to join in and help to make a difference locally.

Sevenoaks School took on the challenge last year and altered their sartorial style by pulling up their Wooden Spoon socks. Members of the school’s rugby and hockey teams raised £2,000 by taking to the field wearing socks sporting Wooden Spoon’s distinctive stripes. See how Sevenoaks School in Kent got involved.

This season, some of the many schools “playing their socks off for charity” have included:

  • King’s School, Macclesfield
  • Millfield, Somerset
  • Portsmouth Grammar School
  • Terrington Hall, York
  • Cundall Manor School, North Yorkshire
  • Harrow, Harrow on the Hill
  • Sevenoaks School, Kent
  • Tonbridge School, Kent
  • Caterham School, Surrey
  • Wellington College, Berkshire
  • Queen Elizabeth’s Hospital, Bristol
  • Uppingham School, Rutland
  • Falcons Prep School, London
  • Latymer Upper, London
Terrington Hall

Terrington Hall, York

Ian Lindsay, Wooden Spoon’s Head of Business Development, said: “Who would have thought that the simple act of buying and wearing socks could capture people’s attention and raise a fantastic amount to help those who need support? We very much hope that other schools follow their example and get involved!

Join in the fun and stand out on the rugby pitch when wearing our Wooden Spoon rugby socks. Get in touch today to find out more.

 

Download our schools leaflet here

Download your free fundraising pack here

Watch our video below to see how the Independent Association of Prep Schools (IAPS) supported us by taking part in our Power Pass challenge last year:

Get in touch today to find out how your school can make a real difference.