In April, EFL Partner Lifebuoy launched a kids hygiene programme called ‘Soaper Heroes’ which has been put in place to improve kids’ hand washing behaviours.
As part of the programme, Lifebuoy have teamed up with the experts at the EFL, including EFL ambassadors Ashley Williams (former Swansea City captain) and Bela Shah (Sky Sports News presenter), to create some creative football activities that you can incorporate into your everyday training sessions within your local community.
We hope you find the packs useful and that you decide to sign up to be a part of the Lifebuoy Soaper Heroes programme and encourage clubs & schools in your community to do the same. You can sign up easily via lifebuoy.co.uk/soaper-heroes-for-schools.html.
Lifebuoy Soaper Heroes programme builds on experience gathered from our global schools programme, the England & Wales Cricket Board (ECB) and the Football League (EFL), along with advice from UK public health experts and school teachers. The resources include films, videos, experiments, songs, stickers and lesson plans, all presented by our cartoon Soaper Heroes characters.
Mansfield Town Football in the Community will be distributing Lifebuoy Soaper Heroes packs to partner schools across Mansfield next week.