Premier League and the BBC are boosting physical activity in schools with the new Super Movers programme.
Super Movers is helping teachers to inspire children to become more active through their school day.
The Premier League and BBC are working together to enhance their learning, and club community coaches add Super Movers content to their sessions to encourage children to get moving in thousands of primary schools across the country.
West Bromwich Albion players Kieran Gibbs and Sam Field, as well as CBBC presenter Karim Zeroual, surprised pupils at Tividale Community Primary School to launch Super Movers in January.
Emma Burnell, Headteacher at the Oldbury-based school, has already noticed a positive difference following The Albion Foundation's delivery of Super Movers.
"Super Movers has brought a whole new dimension to the creative buzz around the school. The staff and pupils value and adore the sessions, and we make sure there are plenty of opportunities to do some Super Moves throughout the day.
"It's absolutely fantastic. We do a lot of work with The Albion Foundation and to work with the charity on this is amazing for us."
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