Newton Farm Primary School was buzzing with excitement as Barnet FC Foundation brought the magic of football to their young stars!
Boys and girls of all ages took to the field for a football training session led by none other than first-team players Harry Pritchard and Connor Stevens, alongside Foundation Manager, Dan Barton.
The players shared their skills and wisdom, guiding the kids through the session, inspiring them to dream big on and off the pitch.
For the Barnet FC Community Foundation, this visit wasn’t just about football skills; it was about fostering a sense of belonging and possibility in the hearts of these youngsters. Football wasn’t just a game; it was a bridge that connected the team’s stars with their local community, instilling values of teamwork, dedication, and resilience.
Dan Barton emphasized the Foundation’s work beyond the pitch. “Football is a universal language that unites us all. Through our programs, we aim to empower these kids, offering them opportunities to grow, learn, and thrive both in sport and in life.”
Barnet FC Community Foundation continues to be a beacon of hope, using football as a catalyst for positive change, nurturing young talent, and building a stronger, more connected community, one goal at a time.