Wolverhampton Wanderers are playing a key role in educating young people about how to tackle racism and discrimination as the club support the Premier League's No Room For Racism campaign.
In the activities, the students were shown examples of discrimination, given encouragement around how to address it and who to report it to, and watched a video produced by the Premier League.
“It is vitally important that we highlight the importance of inclusivity in all that we strive to achieve,” said Jonathan Warburton, the education and skills manager with Wolves Foundation, and also the equality, diversity and inclusion lead.
“Through our project delivery, we aim to raise awareness of inclusion right across the city in order to provide as many opportunities as possible for our local communities.”
Celebrating Black History Month
This month also marks Black History Month, a cause that recognises and celebrates the achievements of black people.
There will also be a a project called Trailblazers, which looks back at the first black footballers to play for Wolves, including workshops with school groups to shine a light on those players’ brilliant contributions.
Also in this series
Part 1: How the Premier League is fighting racism
Part 2: How Sarr's family prepared him for success
Part 3: West Ham achieve Premier League equality standard
Part 4: How clubs and players supported No Room For Racism campaign
Part 5: Ogbene: It's important to teach younger generation about diversity
Part 6: Danjuma: My greatness comes from going through hardship
Part 8: 'It's everyone's responsibility to do something about discrimination'
Part 9: Caicedo: Learning through diversity helped me reach the top
Part 10: Darren Bent on the men and women who've inspired him
Part 11: Benjamin Zephaniah on the Premier League and the legacy of Windrush
Part 12: Desailly: I looked far for my black sporting heroes
Part 13: Jimenez: Family support helped me become great
Part 14: Pittman: Sharing my knowledge will help the next generation
Part 15: Szoboszlai: My father helped me achieve the impossible
Part 16: Amadou Onana on the people who've inspired him
Part 17: Why family support is so important for Mbeumo and Wissa
Part 18: Gomez: Positive black role models are so important