Promoting, sharing and uniting kindness
Schools - Information

Kindness UK created and designed Kindness Packs for schools contain activities and resources for teachers to use to incorporate kindness into the curriculum. These Kindness Packs have been sent out free to 30,000 schools in the UK.

To see the comments made by teachers and educational experts check out our Primary endorsements and Secondary endorsements.

The content of the packs is multi use and suitable for cross subject application and can be used alongside national curriculum subjects, by itself or as part of whole school activities.

1,500 schools have been appointed as official Kindness UK 'Kind Schools' and awarded with Kind School Certificates. Kind School of the Year Award is Kindness UK’s highest accreditation; two Primary Schools and seven Secondary schools have been given this award. If you would like to be considered for this award, send us details of your kindness projects or initiatives.

If your school is interested in being involved and would like a free school booklet either our Kindness UK pack for Primary schools; promoting, sharing and uniting kindness or our Kindness UK pack for Secondary schools; promoting, sharing and uniting kindness then please contact us at or via the contact us page. We would be delighted to send your school additional copies (or hard copies) upon request.

We would love to hear about any kindness projects in your school and would be delighted to post an online accreditation for your school in return.

Kindness UK would like to thank The Education Company Ltd and Theme Traders Ltd for their help with this project. Kindness UK would also like to thank the three Charitable Trusts, the Wilfred & Elsie Elkes Charity Fund, the 1970 Trust and Aston Mansfield charitable trust, who have greatly helped us in our aim to make kindness a bigger part of everyone’s day-to-day lives. Without them we could not reach so many schools across the UK.

A blog on kindness in schools:

8 Reasons Why Kindness Should be Taught in Schools

8 Reasons Why Kindness Should be Taught in Schools
By Lisa Currie

Most people have heard the phrase “random acts of kindness,” which refers to a selfless act of giving resulting in another’s happiness.
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