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Euro 20 Football Tournament

  • 5 July 2021

On Thursday 1st and Friday 2nd July, the Harbour Learning Trust primary academies celebrated the Euro ’20 football tournament with two themed curriculum days. These involved lots of cross- curricular activities linked to football, with an emphasis on important PSHCE work on tackling racism and equality. Activities included exploring what racism is, watching videos from key campaigners, quizzes and discussions on key themes and drama work to encourage empathy.

Many pupils also created their own artwork to convey their anti-racist messages. All children learnt about the work of Marcus Rashford in tackling child poverty and his charity was supported by each school with donations for wearing non-uniform. Each school was also given a country to represent, which gave opportunities to explore different cultures, geographical differences and even some food tasting!

Alongside this ran a themed reading competition where pupils had to visit every host city in order to gain their next train ticket. Tickets were given for proof of completion of their latest book. Many children managed not only to visit every city but completed a return trip too!

An inter-school football tournament which was due to run alongside this work will now take place in September. Here children will compete in 6 a side matches with special sport reporters keeping those back in school in the loop with live updates!

Examples of pupil artwork on tackling racism:

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