Saddlers players Liam Roberts and Jordon Sangha visited pupils at Caldmore Primary Academy yesterday, as they took part in a BBC Super Movers live lesson.
The players joined the school's Year 6 pupils as they took part in a Shapes and Spaces lesson, broadcast live from Manchester City’s Etihad Stadium.
Super Movers is a partnership between the Premier League and BBC which aims to inspire primary school children to get physically active. The initiative provides resources that help children across the UK with curriculum linked activities.
The live lesson showed the children how to work out the likes of area and perimeter of shapes, as well as looking at symmetry and co-ordinates during the hour.
The group were then able to put their questions to Roberts and Sangha, in a Q&A session with the two Saddlers.
Alex Moore, Premier League Primary Stars Officer, said: ‘It was good to be involved in the Super Movers live lesson and it was great to see the children enjoying it!
“Having Liam and Jordon here has really helped the class engage with the activities and they interacted really well with Year 6.”
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