What Sponsorship can do for your business 
Businesses that sponsor their local schools with the Barney and Echo resources operate in industries from Retail to Technology and Farming to Manufacturing.  
Whatever business you are involved in and whether you are a small local community business or a multi-national, you can make a difference.  
To date more than 1.5 million educational resources have been sponsored for schools across the UK. 
Sponsorship of the Barney and Echo programme not only provides the resources that schools really need in order to broach difficult social issues in a fun and engaging way but also focuses on ensuring sponsors are able to benefit through a range of actions designed to promote their business and to recognise the vital support they provide for their local community. 
Branding, PR and Advertising opportunities are available in a number of ways, such as: 
Your company details and logo will be printed on all the educational resources you sponsor which are supplied to your chosen local Primary Schools. 
You will receive a press pack for advertising submissions to local newspapers and relevant industry publications. 
Opportunities exist to attend a presentation of the resources to your chosen local Primary School where photographs may be arranged to support the press release. 
We can provide the Barney and Echo logo with a press release for use on your website highlighting your sponsorship and support of your local schools. 
Certificate of thanks from the founder of the PCCGB to display in your business celebrating your involvement in the campaign. 
Many thanks for this exciting news about receiving the Barney and Echo Educational Resources sponsored by a local business. E-safety is a big focus in school at the moment and so the resources will be much appreciated. 
Many thanks again, Cheryl 
Cheryl Smith| Head Teacher | Western Primary School 
Hello, my name is Ellie Sewell and I am the ICT subject leader at Throckley Primary School. Julie Stuart, our head teacher forwarded the email about the books we are receiving that were sponsored by the chemist. I am sure they will enjoy it as we want to use it for our themed safer internet use week in February! So have a check on our website after that date and you will see lots of work around that. Thanks! 
This is brilliant, thank you 
Hi my name is Debbie Cook, I am currently running a rolling programme throughout our primary School with the local PCSO using your Caught in the Web book. We were lucky to receive 35 copies which were very kindly sponsored by a local business. I would love to deliver the rest of the series so I am looking to you to see if you could possibly sponsor us free copies of the rest of the series? I am also Safeguarding Officer within School, so I see how this work is vital to all our pupils. 
Debbie Cook | Education Support Manager | Beckstone Primary School 
We would like to Thank You for the set of Barney and Echo Storybooks, 'Caught in the Web' recently received and kindly sponsored by our local Co-operative store.  
We are sure our children in Key Stage 2 will enjoy reading them and they will no doubt promote class discussions around the Importance of Internet Safety. 
Mrs C Robertshaw | Computing Subject Leader | St. Cuthberts CofE Primary School 
Archway Homes sponsors book resource for Nantwich School 
in Reaseheath & Worleston / Village News 
A primary school in Nantwich has benefited from a new storybook aimed at teaching children about protecting the environment. Housing developer Archway Homes has sponsored a number of “Sparky’s Big Idea!” books; published by the Police Community Clubs of Great Britain. Now 35 copies of the educational resource are being used by staff and pupils at St Oswald’s Worleston CE Primary School, Nantwich. Anne Pedley, director of Archway Homes “They really help educate children on sustainability and protecting the environment. 
Corsham children never tire of a good story in Wiltshire Times News 
Barney & Echo storybooks were recently presented to children at Corsham Primary School as part of a new partnership aimed at preventing children becoming involved with anti-social behaviour and rewarding schools’ commitment to preventing bullying. Melksham firm Cooper Tires has joined the Police Community Clubs of Great Britain (PCCGB) to distribute 1,000 children’s books. Representatives from Cooper Tires and the Police Community Clubs were joined by local MP Duncan Hames, who handed over a class set of storybooks and resources. 
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