Southampton are one of those teams that everybody likes, because they work hard, spend sensibly, and consistently build on their achievements. That makes them pretty good role models! There’s now an extra reason to like the Saints as they are supporting the Striker Boy campaign and helping to raise mental health awareness. Not
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The audio should play automatically, but if it doesn’t then click here to listen. Our visit to Seabridge Radio was unlike any other interview we’ve done to date, that’s because the presenters on Seabridge Radio are 11 years old! The station is run out of Seabridge Primary in Stoke and broadcasts a digital show each
Our assembly and book sale pack is a fantastic way for schools to promote emotional resilience, raise money for Mind, and get kids reading! Begin the day with a sports themed emotional resilience assembly, which features a little teaser for Striker Boy. Then finish the day with a Striker Boy book sale! We’ll
Our national writing competition is free to enter and open to all children aged 12 and under. Download the competition pack today and get writing! There are some great prizes on offer for the winners.
We reached out to all 92 league football clubs asking for their support, and the response has been fantastic. We’ve had lots of firsts. Yeovil were the first club to publicly promote the campaign, Arsenal were the first Premier League winners to support the campaign, Coventry were the first FA Cup winners to give us
Win a copy of Striker Boy signed by not one but two Arsenal strikers! Entry is free and the winner will be announced on Tuesday November 6th.
Child literacy and mental health are two important issues for Coventry City, that’s why the club is proud to show it’s support for the Striker Boy campaign in aid of Mind.
Jonny Zucker was a huge Arsenal fan and had season tickets with his sons. In fact, not many people know this (until now!) but the fictional team in Striker Boy, Hatton Rangers, were originally going to be based in Kentish Town. However, eventually Jonny decided that it wouldn’t be believable to have another premier league
Jonny Zucker was a huge fan of football and as well as being an author he was also an FA qualified coach. Ever since he was a teenager he’d always wanted to write a football themed thriller, and Striker Boy was that book! That’s why we decided to reach out to all 92
We were very grateful for the opportunity to visit BBC Radio London and talk about the Striker Boy campaign. Presenter Petrie Hosken has herself lost a close friend to suicide, and it was a poignant and thought provoking discussion. The audio should play automatically, but if it doesn’t then click here to listen. You can