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Following the news this week of school closures in the UK from Friday, we are aware many people will be looking for ways to entertain and educate children.


To help support you, we will be making our free curriculum-linked resources on PLPrimaryStars.com available to all, not just teachers, for home learning, with no registration required.


These online Premier League Primary Stars resources will cover English, Maths, Physical activity and Health and Wellbeing for five to 11-year-olds.


There will be fun activities to keep children active and learning at home. 


To kick off your at-home activity, why not try out these two games?


Solve, Shoot, Score
- An interactive football themed game with quick-fire maths and spelling questions.


Stick with Maths
- Try our bitesize maths puzzles, using data from Premier League football stickers (ages 8 to 11).


More information and links on how the Premier League can help you educate and entertain your children at home will follow soon.


Primary Stars uses the appeal of the Premier League and professional football clubs to inspire children to learn, be active and develop important life skills.


The programme website hosts teaching materials that cover topics from PE and teamwork, to English and Maths; with free to download activities, worksheets, lesson plans, fun assemblies and exclusive educational videos.





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