Kick It Out Workshop

28th April 2016
Thursday 28th April 2016
 
This season Wycombe Wanderers FC are in the privileged position of having Michael Harriman, one of the Kick It Out charity's "Next 20" ambassadors playing for them. Michael, along with 19 other switched on young players, are used to spread Kick It Outs key messages of equality and inclusion through engagement within the local communities. 
 
WWSET, in partnership with the football club are offering Hughenden Primary School the opportunity to take part in a special workshop event delivered by Paul Mortimer. The event will be presented to children in year 3 and year 4 during the afternoon. 
'Wycombe Wanderers Sports & Education Trust were delighted to visit Hughenden Primary School in partnership with the Kick It Out organisation and as part of their campaign to promote Equality and Diversity. We were extremely impressed by the children's knowledge and positive approach throughout the workshop which was delivered by ex-England international player Paul Mortimer. Two players from the Wycombe Wanderers first team also took part in a Q&A session with the children, which provided a lovely opportunity to hear the young pupils opinions on diversity issues and allowed positive attitudes around the topics discussed to be reinforced.'
 
Paul Foley 
Head of Wycombe Wanderers Sports & Education Trust