Premier League Primary Stars

The Premier League’s Primary Stars initiative, uses the appeal of the Premier League and professional football clubs to inspire children to learn, be active and develop important life skills. The scheme offers a range of bespoke curriculum-linked teaching resources aimed at Key Stages One and Two, including lesson plans, activity ideas, worksheets and video content.

An intergenerational project with a difference: primary schools pupils are encouraged to write letters for elderly Brentford fans

Run by Brentford FC Community Sports Trust, primary school pupils from across west London are being encouraged to write letters of support and solidarity to elderly or vulnerable Brentford fans who might be self-isolating. With an estimated 2.2 million elderly or vulnerable people currently shielding in the UK against Covid-19, the Connecting Generations initiative aims […]

Join our “Road to Wembley” project and get active

Our Road to Wembley project is a six- week exercise challenge, starting at Griffin Park and ending at Wembley Stadium. Each week you will be expected to walk/jog/run a certain number of miles in your local area, which will be the equivalent to travelling between a select number of football stadiums in and around London. […]

Primary Stars resource page launched on our website

As part of our #BeeatHome campaign, we have launched a dedicated webpage for all our Premier League Primary Stars resources – helping parents home-schooling during the Coronavirus crisis. And to help launch the campaign, Brentford player Dominic Thompson kick-started the initiative by challenging primary school pupils to one of our Active Alphabet challenges, which you […]

Brentford player celebrates Black History Month with diversity lesson at a primary school in Ealing

Brentford defender Dominic Thompson went back to school last week for an inspiring diversity lesson with pupils for Black History Month. The 19-year-old, who joined the Bees from Arsenal in the summer transfer window, spoke about how the language of football can bring people from all backgrounds and nationalities together at Greenwood Primary School in […]

The Trust takes part in its first ever Vitality Westminster Mile with local school children

Pupils from Rabbsfarm Primary School and Bishop Perrin Primary School joined more than 400 children from London’s professional football clubs for the iconic Westminster Mile on Sunday. Both schools represented Brentford FC Community Sports Trust at the event and proudly wore Brentford’s crest as they joined children representing the likes of Arsenal and Crystal Palace. […]

Girls Play Football on Griffin Park’s Hallowed Turf

Girls had the unique opportunity to develop their football skills and play in a tournament at Brentford’s iconic stadium. More than 180 girls from 19 schools took part in an exciting girls’ tournament at Griffin Park last week. The event, which saw Collis Primary School in Teddington crowned winners, was part of wider initiative that […]

Brentford Players Make a Special Visit to a Primary School in Ealing

Brentford players Chiedozie Ogbene and Josh Clarke visited Mount Carmel Catholic Primary School in Ealing yesterday. The event, which saw dozens of children line up to meet the players, was part of a wider initiative that encourages primary schools, junior clubs and community groups to attend Brentford’s community matches. The players also took part in […]

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