Palace join London clubs in Vitality Westminster Mile
Palace will join other professional London football clubs and have a group of primary school pupils representing us at this year’s Vitality Westminster Mile on Sunday 26 May.
All clubs will bring along pupils who have previously taken part in Super Movers activity to participate in the run, with each participant wearing the colours of their team for the event. Palace will be represented by children from Tweeddale, Raglan and St Mark’s Primary Schools.
As well as their participation in the Vitality Westminster Mile, pupils will be encouraged to join in with the Super Movers activity that will be taking place at the Vitality Wellness Festival on in Green Park. This includes main stage activity hosted by Super Movers ambassador Radzi Chinyanganya which will also feature the Premier League trophy.
As part of the activity, all of the children will be performing the Super Movers ‘Eagle Swoop’, a song and dance originally performed by Palace players Christian Benteke and Patrick van Aanholt, Palace Ladies’ Ciara Watling and Jordan Butler and pupils from Oasis Academy Ryelands in South Norwood. Watch it HERE.
Where: Green Park, London
When: Sunday 26 May
Time: Super Movers activity from 11.20am, race starts at 12pm
Super Movers is an exciting partnership between the BBC and Premier League which helps primary school teachers to inspire children to become more active throughout their school day and enhance their learning.
Super Movers brings together stars from the worlds of football, music and television in fun, free and easy-to-follow educational videos which capture children’s imaginations and help to get them moving throughout the day with a series of routines and activities.
Super Movers content is designed to encourage pupils to be active, so they are ready to learn. Find out more at www.bbc.co.uk/supermovers