The "Who We Are" programme complements the Black History Month teaching resources supplied by Premier League Primary Stars.
All schools taking part are allocated two players and use the resources to create a profile on each, including facts and a short matchday report.
✍️ As part of Black History Month, we have been delivering our 'Who We Are' programme to our female Kicks participants.— Chelsea Foundation (@CFCFoundation) October 26, 2020
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Sam Gaskin-Kemp, head of education at the Chelsea Foundation, told the club's official website: "We have been working hard to review all of our Equality & Diversity education programmes, and have worked with colleagues from across the Foundation to reshape and redesign our content and the range of opportunities for participants to get involved in.
"This term we have been focusing on the theme of Identity and we are really excited to be rolling out our new 'Who We Are' project.
"We are really looking forward to seeing what the schools produce."
The "Who We Are" initiative is part of a variety of ways Chelsea are marking Black History Month, as they recognise and celebrate the diverse past, present and future of the club.