Premier League Primary Stars is inviting children across England and Wales to take part in a brand new social action challenge and make a positive difference to their communities.
To take part, children carry out a 'Wellbeing Week', using the Wellbeing Week template, and do five things to help other people's wellbeing.
Once completed, either teachers or parents/carers can submit their children's Wellbeing Week template before the deadline of Tuesday 20 April 2021.
Teachers should use the upload form on this page to submit their pupils' work. Parents/carers should use the parent online form to submit their children's work.
Here is TV presenter and DJ Lauren Layfield to introduce the challenge.
Teachers can use the introductory presentation and supporting worksheets in the resource pack to launch the challenge, explore what 'wellbeing' means and generate a discussion about the importance of social action.
Remember to use the Wellbeing Week template available in these resource packs to submit your Wellbeing Week!
All participating schools will be rewarded for their efforts with a copy of the Premier League Wellbeing Stars school calendar, which will showcase a selection of pupils' social action work.
Three lucky schools will also receive an exclusive visit from the Premier League Trophy as a reward for participating in the challenge.
There will be virtual appearances and messages from surprise Premier League guests and famous faces to keep your school motivated and inspired to take action.
Full terms and conditions are available.
You need to be registered and logged in to enter this challenge.