The Premier League is helping young people to know how to respond in the event of witnessing or experiencing racism. The Premier League's Primary Stars scheme provides free, flexible and easy-to-use curriculum-linked teaching resources for schools. Using the power of football, the programme offers a host of free resources to teachers and pupils to encourage youngsters to learn, be active and develop important life skills.
Over the past few weeks, the project has released some of what it is offering to schools. As part of the No Room for Racism project, resources have been provided for pupils to learn how they can help to create a better, fairer society. Pupils will learn why we should embrace and celebrate differences. See more here and below.
It is important for young people to know how to respond in the event of witnessing or experiencing racism#PLPrimaryStars provides resources for pupils to learn how they can help to create a better, fairer society 🤝— Premier League Communities (@PLCommunities) October 30, 2021
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Earlier this year, the Premier League launched its No Room For Racism Action Plan, outlining a series of commitments to promote equality, diversity and inclusion and provide positive coaching, executive and player pathways for people from black and mixed heritage backgrounds. For more information, go to premierleague.com/noroomforracism.