Bevendean Primary School students participate in community workshop in Albion

SCHOOL CHILDREN have combined soccer with science as part of a new learning programme.

5th and 6th graders at Bevendean Primary in Brighton took part in a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) football lesson.

It was organized by Albion In The Community (AITC), the official charity of Brighton and Hove Albion Football Club, in partnership with American Express and was part of the Learn Together educational programme.

Conducted at the school by qualified AITC educators, the one-day workshop was designed to give children an understanding of digital skills for the future and an introduction to key business skills such as financial literacy, creativity, communication and teamwork.

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Eight American Express volunteers helped the youth understand the goals and rules of each activity and assisted them with a variety of tasks.

This included learning to use programmable Sphero robots and navigate them through a soccer course using block coding.

Students, ages 9-11, also created and built a football theme park using pre-designed planning templates and attractions within a set budget.

They then pitched their ideas to Amex volunteers for feedback. Bevendean Primary School students participate in community workshop in Albion

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