Pupils celebrated equality and diversity during a visit to Stamford Bridge.
Kids from Langford Primary School in Fulham were the first participants of the workshops being run by The Chelsea Foundation.
The classroom sessions, which were led by coaches from Chelsea Football Club , included discussions on cultural and religious topics and explored ways in which these can impact on us in our day-to-day lives.
Seamus Gibbons, head teacher of school in Gilstead Road, said: “Our pupils were thrilled to be invited to Stamford Bridge to meet Chelsea’s football coaches for the workshop.
"It was an excellent opportunity to discuss the importance of equality – something that we all value at Langford Primary, especially living in an area as diverse as Hammersmith and Fulham.”
The Chelsea Foundation’s head of education Matt Mead added: “This is a result of a year’s work within the club to make an impact locally by celebrating diversity, whether it is gender, sex, disability, age, religion or race.”