Our school affiliation package involves MTCT delivering Premier League programmes around teacher support, subject interventions and social action projects.
PREMIER LEAGUE PRIMARY STARS
In Partnership with the Premier League, we work with schools to deliver a range of programmes that are beneficial to pupils development. We use the power of football and Mansfield Town to engage with pupils in different areas of the curriculum.
PLPS is a national education programme that is linked into the curriculum and delivered by Premier league and Professional football clubs to inspire children to be active and learn.
We support schools with PE teacher support to enable teachers to gain knowledge and understanding of how to deliver PE lessons, which ultimately benefit the pupils learning and development. We also offer interventions are reading, writing and maths to help support pupils who may need extra help with their academic studies.
We are excited to be launching our new social action project this year ‘Blue + Yellow = Green’. This programme will be focused on sustainability and the environment, giving pupils chance to learn about the importance of the environment and what we can do as individuals.
Our programmes include:
- Teacher Support
- Reading Stars
- Writing Stars
- Matchday Maths
- Blue + Yellow = Green (KS2)
We also work with schools to bring lessons to life by organising workshops and experiences at the One Call Stadium, in which they can learn and put into practice the lessons they have taken part in.
GET IN TOUCH
For all our school activities, please get in contact with our Community Manager Gary Shaw who will be able to assist you further. Please find our brochure below for more details in regards to our brand new bespoke PL Primary Stars package.
Download our Premium and Trust School Partnership Packages brochure here:
As a Headteacher I have worked with Mansfield Town Community Trust for a number of years now. The offer they provide to schools cannot be beaten. The football provision is well planned and delivered. The relationships between the Community Trust team and the children are based on mutual respect and the children look forward to their sessions.