Students get a lesson in being good citizens from physio to England Football Team
Teenagers at a school heard inspirational stories from the physio to the England Football Team as part of a special event at their school.
Gary Lewin visited Redden Court School in Cotswold Road, Romford, recently as part of a citizenship project.
Teachers and one of the organisers of the visit, Meg Ryan said: “It was a really inspiring event because he taught the pupils about being good citizens and taking up all the oppertunities life has to offer.”
The visit included a special assembly where pupils were able to quiz Gary about working with the England Manager Fabio Capello.
The event was part of the school’s Rainbow Nation Project, a charity set up to promote international friendship, citizenship and anti-racism.
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Gary, who is one of the patrons of the charity said: “I was pleased to talk about our Rainbow Nation project and urged the pupils to take every opportunity to get involved.
“I am convinced that citizenship work with young people will encourage them to make the most of their lives.
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“In the world of football players from many different backgrounds and nationalities work together successfully.”