School Fundraising

School Fundraising

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We believe the story of Fred and the work of The Foundation provides unique learning opportunities for school students.

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School pack

The work has been done for you.

Our pack contains lessons which can be taught over an entire term and it’s all linked to the current curriculum. The pack comes with a unit plan and has all the links, videos and exercises you will need to teach students about a variety of subjects.

This is particularly well suited to social sciences and includes:

  • What is vision?
  • What is the link between vision loss and poverty?
  • Basic anatomy of the eyes and the main causes of blindness and eye disease.
  • A look at the disparity of visual impairment in women.
  • Diabetes and its links with poverty and blindness.
  • Social action and our Pacific neighbours.
  • Who was Fred Hollows and how is The Foundation a sustainable model for developing countries?
  • Cataracts – patient studies and avoidable blindness.

We believe the school pack will open up a huge variety of relevant topics for students.

The pack can be adapted and taught at all levels from primary to seniors.

We advise you to read the Introduction with Unit Plan first.

Feedback is welcomed and encouraged.

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