Workout to help out

Liverpool School Sports Partnership (LSSP) is inviting schools to take part in its Liverpool Schools Live Workout. 

On Friday 5 February 2021, the team at LSSP is encouraging pupils of local schools to take part in the Liverpool Schools Live Workout.  

During these unprecedented times, LSSP is keen to raise money for families in need of support. 

By taking part and donating as much or as little you can, LSSP will be able to help Liverpool food banks across the city.  

All you need to take part is access to a zoom link and a screen. The LSSP team is keen to see children taking part in the classroom, lunch hall or those who are home learning.  

James McGinn, partnership manager at LSSP said: “Liverpool is a city that prides itself on community, that is why we believe this is a fantastic opportunity to bring the people of Liverpool together for a very special fitness workout. 

“This is a real opportunity to help reduce food poverty and hunger in our local community.” 

To sign up, visit Liverpool School Sports Partnership’s website: Liverpool Schools Live Workout 

LSSP has set a fundraising target of £1000. Donations can be made here: 

LSSP is working in partnership with Mr Kelly, a primary school teacher from Lister Junior School and Harriet Mcguffie, a specialist in health and fitness. Harriet is passionate about improving the health and wellbeing of children and adults within the city. Both Mr Kelly and Harriet will be leading the live workout. 

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