UK’s most treasured children’s illustrators - Axel Scheffler, Emily Gravett, Guy Parker-Rees, Jackie Morris and others - launch the Happily Ever Smarter Secret Sale

UK’s most treasured children’s illustrators - Axel Scheffler, Emily Gravett, Guy Parker-Rees, Jackie Morris and others - launch the Happily Ever Smarter Secret Sale Read more

Secret Sale

Win an original artwork by one of the UK's most treasured illustrators and help more children to live Happily Ever Smarter. With the UK government doubling all donations until 29 July, each sale will raise enough to train a new UWS community teacher to teach 50 students a year! Read more

Amrita Acharia, Jenna Coleman and Nina Wadia call for urgent support for thousands more children, as Covid-19 threatens to reverse progress on global education

Amrita Acharia, Jenna Coleman and Nina Wadia call for urgent support for thousands more children, as Covid-19 threatens to reverse progress on global education. Read more

The Drum & Shutterstock invite you to take the ‘180 challenge’ in support of educating children in the world’s most remote places

The #pulla180 social media campaign will raise money for United World Schools with the goal of helping thousands of children go to school for the first time. Read more

The UWS Podcast

The UWS podcast brings together members of the global education community, to discuss pertinent issues related to the work of United World Schools, and delivering education to remote and marginalised communities. Read more

#Pulla180 and donate to turn children's lives around

#Pulla180 and donate to turn children's lives around Read more

Girls' Education

We believe that girls should have the same education and opportunities as boys. We’re championing female education and empowering girls to live Happily Ever Smarter so that they can choose whoever they want to be, and whatever future they want to create for themselves. Read more

Local schoolchildren take part in Happily Ever Smarter to get thousands more children into school in the most remote parts of the world

Local schoolchildren take part in Happily Ever Smarter to get thousands more children into school in the most remote parts of the world. Over the last few weeks Scarisbrick Hall School pupils have been ‘running the 4,200 miles to Chrung’ – a village in Cambodia – where they partner a school and have already raised £13,963! Read more