Tools for schools
There are plenty of ways for your school to get involved with Cystic Fibrosis Trust. Whether you are a teacher looking at how you can introduce cystic fibrosis (CF) into your curriculum or a parent wanting to organise a fundraiser, check out the information below or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Information and support for schools
If you are a young person with CF or a parent, carer or teacher of someone with the condition, take a look at our school packs, resources for teachers and further information on CF.
If you're a parent of a child with CF that's starting school, take a look at our pre-school and primary school pack, which is full of information to help support you.
Our secondary school pack includes a guide for parents, a factsheet for schools and a magazine for young people, and can help you with the transition from primary to secondary school.
CF for teachers
We've got loads of information for primary or secondary school teachers supporting a student with CF or planning a lesson on the condition. Take a look at our resources, and our interactive body!
My friend has CF
We've put together some information for younger people who have a friend with CF about what the condition is and how it could affect them.
Fundraising and events for schools
If you work at a school or are a parent of a child at a school and would like to join or organise an event to support Cystic Fibrosis Trust, check out our events, tools for fundraising and ongoing campaigns.
Organise your very own fundraising event, whether it's a cake bake or a collection!
Join an event
We've got loads of events you can join with your school, from our family-friendly walks to our fun runs.
Find out more about our Festive Fundraising and how you can get involved!
Other ways to support
There are plenty of ways that you can support and fundraise for Cystic Fibrosis Trust. Take a look at some of our campaigns.
We have a wide variety of resources to help you with all your fundraising needs. From posters to bunting, we have you covered!