Premier League Primary Stars | Norwich City Community Sports Foundation

Inspire your primary school class in everything from Maths & English to teamwork & sport

The Community Sports Foundation works with the Premier League to deliver the Primary Stars programme in Norfolk. The programme uses the power of both the Premier League and Norwich City FC brands to inspire and engage pupils through high-quality delivery.

This year, we can engage with your school through the programme in the following ways:

We also run a number of FREE teacher CPD workshops and host of range of school sports competitions and tournaments.

For more information on how your school can get involved, please contact us here, or call 01603 761122.

Sign up as a teacher, a pupil or a parent PL Primary Stars

Our impact

Our impact

In 2019:

  • 132 schools attended our sports competitions, with 96.2% of attendees saying they felt inspired to do more sport in the future
  • delivered 46 Reading Stars ‘fixtures’
  • 88% of students felt more confident after our Matchday Maths interventions
  • empowered pupils positively in 34 PHSE workshops, including delivering the award-winning Sky Ocean Rescue programme.
  • 84.6% of staff we supported said their confidence in teaching sport had improved following sessions

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Case study: David

Case study: David

From controlling his anger to uncovering a passion for running, read how our Premier League Primary Stars programme has made a big difference to 10-year-old student David.

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Tom & Anna Trybull visit White Woman Lane School

Tom and Anna Trybull visit our partner school to launch a Premier League Writing Stars poetry competition.

Case study: Mr Berry

See how Mr Berry at Stoke Holy Cross Primary has benefited from the guidance of Foundation staff.

Case study: Old Catton Junior School

Case study: Old Catton Junior School

Pupils and teachers alike at Old Catton Junior School benefit from programme.

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"During, and after, the Matchday Maths programme there was a noticeable difference in the attainment and progress of about 45-50% of the pupils, which was excellent"

Matt Wells

Deputy Head, Bignold Primary

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