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Can your pupils become Premier League Wellbeing Stars?

Premier League Primary Stars is launching a new challenge to help pupils aged 5-11 to make a positive difference in their communities.

With this challenge, pupils are being asked to design and deliver a Wellbeing Week,
consisting of five acts of kindness to help boost the wellbeing of their school/community.
Children can take part at school or at home, individually, as part of a group or as a

Premier League Primary Stars has created a free resource pack to help pupils think
about the importance of wellbeing and understand social action. There is a worksheet to
help them plan and deliver their Wellbeing Week. To take part in this challenge,
teachers/parents/carers will be asked to submit children’s completed Wellbeing Week
template worksheet.

You can find all of the Premier League Wellbeing Week resources by clicking here

For taking part, each school will receive a Premier League Wellbeing Stars calendar,
containing a collection of work from the challenge. Three schools will be recognised for
their efforts with a school visit from the Premier League Trophy, and there will also be
opportunities to access our selection of exclusive Premier League rewards.

You can watch the Wellbeing Stars launch video here:


ESFA and Panini Team Up for Classroom Challenge 2019

Find out how your Primary School could be in the running to win a £2,000 cash prize!

As part of an ongoing initiative between The English Schools’ FA and Panini, primary schools across England are being offered the chance to take part in a competition that gives them the opportunity to win £2,000 cash for their school and a £50 voucher plus a football shirt of their choice for one lucky pupil.

Levi, a 2018 Classroom Challenge winner being presented with his prize at school with some Preston North End players in attendance

To celebrate Panini becoming the official providers of the Premier League Adrenalyn XL™ trading cards, they have created worksheets to include some maths and English exercises for pupils in selected schools across England to complete – because we firmly believe that football is relevant across the whole school curriculum.

Further to this, selected schools will have the opportunity to take part in this year’s Classroom Challenge competition, which will see pupils submit competition entries with the possibility to win some fantastic prizes both for themselves and their school.

In order to be in with a chance of becoming some of the first to receive the brand new Panini Premier League stickers as well as the chance to enter the competition, primary schools simply go to https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/esfapaninipl to register to take part.