Sport for Schools and Clubs
We strongly oppose this scheme which we regard as pressurising and highly commercial. While acknowledging the inadequate government funding for PE equipment, we ask schools to respect the rights of students to a commercially unbiased education and the right of parents to shop where they choose. Read more
Name: Tesco Computers for Schools
Kids in Action
SuperValu Supermarkets (Musgrave SuperValu-Centra)
Incentive Scheme – voucher collection.
Year: 2005-06 (1st year) Read more
National Safety Council and Renault
Sponsored Educational Material and competition.
Year: 2005 (2nd year) Read more
We reject the Catch and Kick scheme as blatantly commercial and indicative of many trends around this issue. We urge that where found in schools, the branded materials by removed immediately or returned to their creators
Catch and Kick Gaelic Football Programme
Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) in partnership with McDonald’s Restaurants of Ireland. Read more
While recognising and applauding the wonderful projects produced by students and their teachers, the Campaign for Commercial-Free Education strongly condemns the token collection element of Building For the Future.
Incentive Scheme and Competition.
Year: 2000 – 2006 Read more