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  • Man City stars go back to school
    Man City stars go back to school Year 5 children from E-ACT Blackley Academy in Manchester were recently joined by players from Man City's men's and women's teams as part of a new literacy project
  • Man City stars go back to school
    Man City stars go back to school Kelechi Iheanacho and John Stones took part in a spelling bee as part of the City Stars project, a six-week course which encourages youngsters to write match reports, use descriptive words in City commentary sessions and take part in a quiz on the Etihad Stadium tour
  • Man City stars go back to school
    Man City stars go back to school Man City Women players Jill Scott, Lucy Bronze and Karen Bardsley also got involved in the event at the City Football Academy, helping the students as they wrote match reports
  • Man City stars go back to school
    Man City stars go back to school John Stones said: "It's great to see City in the Community using football to help educate local children. The project is a fantastic way to build confidence and knowledge of kids in a fun way."
  • Man City stars go back to school
    Man City stars go back to school City Stars aims to increase the confidence of children in reading, writing and spoken language in Manchester, in area in which young people spend less time reading than the national average, according to The National Literacy Trust
  • Man City stars go back to school
    Man City stars go back to school City Stars, supported by Etihad Airways, the Premier League and Professional Footballers Association, is part of the PL Primary Stars project, with which City in the Community have reached nearly 7,000 children since September