Bradford City FC Community Foundation and The Football League has devised a project to make young people aware of the effects of disrespect. In the current climate, with the country having been hit by deep recession and the bad publicity younger people have been receiving, using the power of football and recent events in the media, we aim to help young people to realise how disrespect affects others' lives.
The Respect programme comprises of an hour's lesson per class where our coaches teach the children the difference between respect and disrespect using football as the tool to engage and teach the pupils. It is classroom-based and is aimed at Years 5 and 6, and so far, has received some really positive feedback:
"The children were all engaged through the activity. An excellent pace, with lots of short activities to keep the children on task...." - Margaret MacMillan Primary School,
"Fantastic workshop; all the children loved it" - Stanningley Primary School
"An excellent presentation" - Horizon Pupil Referral Unit.
The sessions cost £25 for the hour's session, with subsequent sessions on the same day (for different classes) costing £20.
Contact us for details.