Win fantastic prizes for your child’s school
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>> CHILDREN: Premier League Primary stars!
>> TEACHER: What an exciting day for our school.
>> MEL: It is fantastic to be here.
My name's Mel, and I'm from the Premier League.
>> MEL: This trophy tour actually started
because we launched our new website,
And one of the teachers from a local school
pre-registered on that site so was entered into a prize draw.
And it's just a really good reward
to say "thank you" for engaging with the programme.
And it's nice to be able to bring that kind of excitement
and the Premier League magic out to visit the schools.
>> CHILD 1: I was just really amazed...
because, like, Jamie Vardy held it
and he's my star player.
>> CHILD 2: I couldn't believe it
because, like, Manchester United, or City, or someone like that
would be holding it.
And now it's at Burton Albion.
>> CHILD 3: It's been really exciting.
I've enjoyed it because I've always wanted to see
the Premier League cup.
>> CHILD 4: I... I can't speak.
It's good that it just makes me feel really happy now
because there's not a lot of people that get to experience
seeing the Premier League trophy,
not even once in their life.
Not a lot of people get to do it.
>> CHILD 5: I'm going to make a model of that.
>> ROSS: We did an assembly this morning
which went really well.
With the trophy there, so their faces--
You see the kids when they came in was amazing.
And they're all doing activities now,
again, revolved around the trophy
but around sort of, sportsmanship and teamwork.
>> MEL: We've taken that theme,
the kind of inspiration of the football, the stadia,
the Premier League trophy
and we've tried to help think how we can support the teachers
in their English lessons and their Maths lessons.
>> ROSS: Work around PSHE, Literacy, and Numeracy
and Enterprise that's coming on board very shortly
>> MS CURRAN: I thought it was a fantastic way
to try and enthuse children to get involved through sports,
as well as promoting the reading.
>> DAN: "Mr Marsden raised the whistle to his mouth
and that burst of noise was the signal for Jamie to step forwards."
But what would I need to be good at
if I wanted to be a journalist in a newspaper?
[MIXED CHILDRENS' VOICES]
>> DAN: My writing.
And sometimes that's really important in life,
to be able to find the right words,
to express yourself, to say what you mean.
>> MEL: So whether it's remembering to say "thank you",
whether it's remembering to, kind of,
sometimes not drop your head when it's not right the first time,
but giving it a go and having another go.
It's about being the best you can be.
>> MRS HARROS: Primary Stars really fits with our ethos.
It dovetails, perfectly.
That idea of working to be the best you can be,
really working hard, and never giving up,
but doing it as part of a team.
>> CHILD 6: It's like a memory that nobody will ever forget.
>> ROSS: So, hopefully, coming out to schools like this today,
other people will see it, sign up to the website,
everything's completely free so we want to try and inspire
as many teachers to get involved as we can
across the whole of England and Wales.
>> MEL: Be...! >> CHILDREN: Inspiring!
>> MEL: Be...! >> CHILDREN: Ambitious!
>> MEL: Be...! >> CHILDREN: Fair!
>> MEL: Be...! >> CHILDREN: Connected!