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Utilising the framework of the National Curriculum and the Premier League’s Primary Stars Programme, Preston North End have been developing the skills of our ambitious year 5 class. The programme saw the pupils build upon their skills by developing an understanding of how to improve different physical activities alongside learning how to evaluate and recognise their participants’ own success. This was a fantastic opportunity to encourage life skills such as teamwork and resilience whilst promoting key messages such as anti-bullying to local schools in PNE’s catchment area. This included a player visit into school from PNE player to ensure children were left both educated and inspired.

Utilising the framework of the National Curriculum and the Premier League’s Primary Stars Programme, Preston North End have been developing the skills of our ambitious year 5 class.   The programme saw the pupils build upon their skills by developing an understanding of how to improve different physical activities alongside learning how to evaluate and recognise their participants’ own success. This was a fantastic opportunity to encourage life skills such as teamwork and resilience whilst promoting key messages such as anti-bullying to local schools in PNE’s catchment area. This included a player visit into school from PNE player to ensure children were left both educated and inspired. 1
Utilising the framework of the National Curriculum and the Premier League’s Primary Stars Programme, Preston North End have been developing the skills of our ambitious year 5 class.   The programme saw the pupils build upon their skills by developing an understanding of how to improve different physical activities alongside learning how to evaluate and recognise their participants’ own success. This was a fantastic opportunity to encourage life skills such as teamwork and resilience whilst promoting key messages such as anti-bullying to local schools in PNE’s catchment area. This included a player visit into school from PNE player to ensure children were left both educated and inspired. 2
Utilising the framework of the National Curriculum and the Premier League’s Primary Stars Programme, Preston North End have been developing the skills of our ambitious year 5 class.   The programme saw the pupils build upon their skills by developing an understanding of how to improve different physical activities alongside learning how to evaluate and recognise their participants’ own success. This was a fantastic opportunity to encourage life skills such as teamwork and resilience whilst promoting key messages such as anti-bullying to local schools in PNE’s catchment area. This included a player visit into school from PNE player to ensure children were left both educated and inspired. 3
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