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MP Tom encourages all primary schools to join up to Primary Stars

Tom Brake MP is calling on all primary schools in Carshalton and Wallington to join the 24 schools in the constituency which have signed up to Premier League for Primary Stars to support creative learning methods for students and teachers.
Premier League Primary Stars draws upon the excitement of Premier League and young people’s interest in football to help inspire children to learn, be active, and develop important life skills. The programme is open to all primary schools, providing teaching resource packs on a variety of subjects, using real life examples from football to teach content.
Tom Brake MP said:
“Learning in primary school should be interactive and fun. I urge all primary schools to join Premier League for Primary Stars so they can provide students with teaching tools that reach students in new and innovative ways.”
Tom Brake attended an event in Parliament on November 28 held by the Premier League, which is campaigning to have 15,000 schools signed up by May 2019. They have already hit their goal of 10,000 schools. For primary schools to sign up for the free resources or to learn more visit:


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