Jeans for Genes Day on the road!

This year, we were lucky enough to be welcomed in by some of our incredible supporting primary and secondary schools across the country who let us take over their assemblies! They were all showing their support for the newest additions to our range of free educational films and resources, which can be found here.

We were joined by our dedicated patrons Adam Pearson and Jono Lancaster and together, we packed in eight schools and 10 assemblies in just five days! Huge thanks to the wonderful schools across the UK who hosted us  – Burlington Danes Academy (London), Fairfield High School (Bristol), Gunter Primary School (Birmingham), Liverpool Community College, Cedar Mount Secondary School (Manchester), Gledhow Primary School (Leeds), Wakefield City Academy and Canberra Primary School (Glasgow).

BBC News presenter Ellie Crisell even popped along to Burlington Danes Academy in London to show her support of our resources!

Adam with the pupils of Fairfield High School in Bristol

Thanks to all at Gunter Primary School in Birmingham for welcoming us in!

The students at Liverpool Community College

Our patron Jono Lancaster enthralled the pupils at Cedar Mount Secondary School in Manchester

The pupils at Wakefield City Academy

We finished our tour of the UK with a POP, with singing sensation and loyal Jeans for Genes Day supporter Tallia Storm! Tallia treated the pupils at Canberra Primary School in East Kilbride to some of her hits and went down a storm herself!

Don’t forget – you can use our compelling films and educational resources at any time of year, not just on Jeans for Genes Day! Click here to see our powerful collection.

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