Premier League Primary Stars With HUCSF

Premier League Primary Stars, HUCSF

Hartlepool United Community Sports Foundation are honoured to confirm that they will be once again be working in schools in Hartlepool as part of the Premier League Primary Stars project for 2019/20 and 2020/21.

Premier League Primary Stars is available to every primary school in England and Wales. It aims to inspire girls and boys aged 5-11 in the classroom, the playground and on the sports field.

As an education programme, it enthuses young learners by connecting learning to the real world of sport.

PL Primary Stars covers everything from supporting high-quality physical education (PE) and sport in school to engaging learners in English and maths, and tacking challenging topics within the personal, social, health and economic education (PSHE) curriculum.

The project is funded by The National League Trust and the Premier League.

The National League Trust is a partnership between the National League, the Premier League and the Professional Footballers’ Association.  

The Premier League and the PFA have committed to support the Trust until 2021.  

They will each contribute to a donation of £1.2m a year over this period.  This allows the Trust is to help National League member clubs develop their community programmes.

Last year HUCSF worked with 8 schools in the town and surrounding area: Ward Jackson, Throston, Grange, Rift House, West View, West Park, Pentland and Jesmond Gardens.

During the course of the project we work with teachers to support their delivery and develop their skills, knowledge and confidence in the subject.

The emphasis is on empowering the teacher, to allow for sustainable improves in the school’s delivery of high-quality PE and school sport post project.

The objectives of the scheme are to:

  • Enhance the knowledge, skills and confidence of teachers in order to improve the delivery of PE and school sport
  • Increase children’s enjoyment, participation and skills in competitive and non-competitive sports and physical activity needed to achieve their goals.
  • Enhance children’s interest, understanding and confidence in English and maths
  • Support young people into further participation pathways in sport

Kay Martin from Throston Primary School said, “The Primary Stars programme has been a fabulous addition to our curriculum this year”.

We have space for one school left on our 2019/20 intake.

For more information email or call 01429 862595.