The Schools' 100 Club

The Schools’ 100 Club is a collaborative initiative aimed at reaching the next generation of leaders and influencers while their opinions, ideologies and outlook on society are maturing. We offer pupils new experiences and challenges, introduce them to veterans who have overcome adversity and promote the values of respect and philanthropy - in short support their ‘Growth Mindset’. 

We recognise that time is a precious resource during the academic year - our aim is to enrich the outlook of children and young people by tailoring our role in the partnership to compliment your school’s ambitions and existing calendar of events.

Walking With The Wounded is committed to helping good citizens foster an attitude of tolerance, compassion and respect for servicemen and women disenfranchised from mainstream society, particularly those who struggle to regain their independence post military service.

Our educational aims are to:

  • Introduce the concept of philanthropy and educate students about the work and goals of WWTW
  • Explore the consequences of world events and the aftermath of war for servicemen and women
  • Help children and young people understand, feel and act on empathy for others
  • Dispel some of the stereotypes surrounding disability and gender
  • Explore human motivation, endurance and determination
  • Encourage children and young people to be inspired by the strength of others
  • Explore the meaning of courage

Supporting Walking With The Wounded gives young people: 


  • Volunteering opportunities
  • Experiences that will contribute to The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award criteria and Extended Project Qualification (EPQ)
  • The opportunity to become engaged with and help others
  • Practical experience of the theory of Growth Mindset