Youngsters at a Worksop school have been getting active with SWFC as the club’s Community Programme launches activities in the area.
Coaches from the club’s charitable arm spent the day with pupils from Prospect Hill Junior School in order to highlight the work they do in and around Bassetlaw.
Kids enjoyed fun sessions that were based around football but also contain elements to improve balance, coordination and general fitness.
The school's PE Co-ordinator Mark Nunn, said: “The children and staff had a fantastic day working with the Community team from Sheffield Wednesday.
“As well as improving their ball skills, the children were able to spend some time with Ozzie Owl who was a huge hit!”
The visit comes as there are just a few places remaining on the Community Programme’s October Soccer Camp at local school Reford Oaks High.
The popular training camp runs from Monday 28 October to Friday 1 November and is open to youngsters aged five to 14-years-old.
SWFC’s Community Officer Steven Taylor added: “It was great to visit Prospect School and see the pupils enjoy a fun-filled day of activities which showcase what our Soccer Camps are all about.
"It’s wonderful to come to Worksop and spread the word about SWFC and the work we do and it was also very nice to see that there are already lots of Wednesday fans here.”
To book a place or for further information please call the Community Programme on 0114 324 0523 or email: email@example.com