David Simmonds CBE, MP for Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner, visited Cannon Lane Primary School pupils on Friday, June 30, for a Joy of Moving session.
The Joy of Moving programme was created by Ferrero and is facilitated by Watford FC’s Community Sports & Education Trust. The programme encourages children to engage in fun games and to learn about the importance of physical activity and maintaining a balanced diet.
Mr Simmonds MP said: “Visiting Cannon Lane Primary School and watching Watford FC’s Community Sports & Education Trust deliver a Joy of Moving session to the students was truly inspiring. It’s amazing to see how much fun the children have whilst learning how to lead an active lifestyle through Ferrero’s corporate social responsibility programme.”
Charlie Cayton, director of corporate affairs and communications at Ferrero UK, said: “We are proud to have been able to deliver our Joy of Moving CSR programme to schools in the UK over the last nine years through our long-term charity partnership with the EFL Trust and its network of Club Community Organisations.
“Together, we have helped to move more than 475,000 children and delivered more than two million hours of additional learning in schools. We remain committed to supporting our local communities across the UK by inspiring children and families to discover the joy of moving through this fantastic programme.”