Unlike conventional football tournaments, players engaged in interactive workshops between games. The workshop’s aimed to raise awareness of the dangers of knife crime as well as teach self-defence, preventative techniques and methods to help young people remain safe within our communities. Following a string of solid performances, the team ended the day as overall winners. Attitudes and behaviour throughout the day was exemplary and students were a real credit to TEMA.
Today was a good and productive day. We played football and learned about knife crime, which was a very interesting experience. We learned all about self-defence and staying safe.
Bello, Year 10 student