Goadsby have extended their partnership with AFC Bournemouth for a seventh consecutive season.
They will continue to be an official partner of the club’s Community Sport Trust and sponsor the Citizenship and Respect programme, which is delivered in schools across Bournemouth, Poole and Dorset.
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The schools programme, which is supported by Goadsby, uses young people’s love of football to encourage good behaviour at school, at home, in sport and within the community.
Cherries captain, Steve Cook, is the player ambassador for the project, which is split into two 30-minute sessions, one of which is an interactive class lesson and the other a practical session.
The project continues to expand and be a huge hit with local schools over the academic years thanks to the support of Goadsby.
AFC Bournemouth partnerships manager, Amy Marks, expressed her delight at the extension.
“It’s great to have Goadsby on board for yet another season,” she began.
“Their support is invaluable and the Citizenship and Respect programme is a really beneficial one for young people in the community.
“We’d like to extend our thanks to Goadsby for their continued support.”
Paul Stewart, Managing Director Goadsby (Commercial), also commented.
“Steve Cuss and the Community Trust’s team deliver a serious message to schoolchildren about how to behave and conduct themselves in all walks of life. This is a campaign we are honoured to be associated with.
“Frankly, the respect message could not be more appropriate in this pandemic world we find ourselves in, so we just had to continue our association into a seventh season.”
There are plenty of projects being taught around schools that follow similar patterns, including those on mental health and well-being. For more information on how your child can help or recognise whether a classmate is struggling, just click here.