Goadsby have continued their support of the AFC Bournemouth Community Sports Trust
Goadsby remain a partnership with the Citizenship and Respect Project
Goadsby remain a partnership with the Citizenship and Respect Project for the remainder of the season, which will be their third consecutive season partnered with the Community Sports Trust.
The project, which is active in schools across Dorset, aims to encourage children to behave well not just on the pitch, but at home, school and within the community.
Lessons are taken by members of the AFC Bournemouth Community Sports Trust and are split into two 30 minute sessions, the first is an interactive classroom based lesson, before a practical lesson completes the hour.
Since becoming active in schools three years ago, the project has proven to be a big hit with teachers and pupils alike and Goadsby have passionately supported the projection since its inception.
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Amy Marks, partnerships executive for AFC Bournemouth said: “We are thrilled to have extended our partnership with Goadsby for the third consecutive year. The project has been really well received throughout local schools in Bournemouth and Poole and delivers to children the importance of understanding other peoples’ perspectives and developing respect. We’d like to give a huge thank you to Goadsby for their continued support.”
Paul Stewart, managing director of Goadsby added: “The club, Steve Cuss and his team work tirelessly delivering the Respect Project into local schools . We would also like to thank Steve Cook, the campaign’s ambassador and we are delighted to continue our sponsorship.”