Since January 2016, 50 primary and secondary schools have held fundraising events for Asthma UK. Here, find out why three of these schools got involved - and what they did to raise money.
Exmoor coast federation's 'Big walk' 2016
School: Exmoor Coast Federation, a collection of six schools from south-west England
Activity: A sponsored Big Walk, with each school taking turns to walk different sections of the route.
Why they got involved: Tragically, pupil Louis Griffiths died of an asthma attack aged 10 - the event was inspired by his memory.
What they achieved: The Federation raised over £4,000 for Asthma UK. The schools also set up a new asthma policy, to improve understanding about asthma among teachers and pupils.
School: Priestnall School, Stockport
Activity: The school organised a range of activities over a week, including a 'dress purple' day.
Why they got involved: One of the school's year 11 pupils, Luke Senior, had a serious asthma attack at home and later died. The school community was devastated and wanted to contribute to Asthma UK's vital research.
What they achieved: The school raised £1,597 for Asthma UK.
Lytchett Minster Schools' 'Sandwalk' 2016
School: Lytchett Minster School
Activity: A sponsored 'sandwalk' along Poole and Bournemouth beaches.
Why they got involved: Very sadly, year 9 pupil and keen cricketer Ed Kent died of an asthma attack in November 2015. The school organised the sponsored sandwalk in Ed's memory.
What they achieved: "This year's walk raised more than £20,000, a fitting testament to Ed," says co-ordinator Simon. "All students purchased an Asthma UK t-shirt with a cricket themed logo on the back. The day was bright and breezy, perfect conditions for a bracing seaside walk for a good cause."
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