Two lucky winners representing James McFarlane School travelled to the home of Newcastle United for a once in a life time trip to St James Park.
Following the Annual Creative Competition awards ceremony at Hampden Park, Glasgow two lucky winners, Lee Riddex and Chris Blade, representing James McFarlane School travelled to the home of Newcastle United for a once in a life time trip to St James Park. They got to meet the entire team and manager before enjoying the match against Wolverhampton.
The annual creative competition in Scotland is open to all Primary School, Secondary School, Special School and FE College students. We ask them to come up with a creative way of getting our anti racism message across. The prize giving ceremony for the competition took place at Hampden Park, Scotland’s National Stadium and is the highlight of the Scottish calendar in challenging racism. Pupils from all over Scotland attend the ceremony which this year was hosted by Sanjeev Kohli. Prizes for the competition are kindly donated by clubs all over Scotland and players were on hand on the day to help give out prizes from their clubs to the winners.
This very special prizes was donated by Newcastle United who have been long standing supporters of the campaign.