Primary school pupils across England and Wales are encouraged to get involved, and to draw or paint a picture on the theme of ‘allyship’, detailing the positive action they will take to help challenge discriminatory behaviour, wherever they see it.
Pupils will also be encouraged to make a pledge, detailing the positive action they will take as they continue to be an ally and to help tackle racism.
Michael Geary, Head of City in the Community added, “We’re proud to support the No Room for Racism initiative, and encourage everyone within our family of participants, employees and partners to take positive steps in challenging discriminatory behaviour wherever it arises.”
Draw Together supports the Premier League’s ongoing No Room For Racism initiative. More information is available through Premier League Primary Stars, the League’s curriculum-linked education programme, on the Premier League website.