UPPER Wharfedale School are set to work with England’s very own footballing supremo, Harry Kane.

The Harry Kane Foundation, which aims to change the way people think about mental health, has announced a new partnership with, Bounce Forward, a renowned charity that supports children and the adults around them to build resilience and emotional wellbeing.

And Upper Wharfedale has been chosen along with 16 other lead schools across the country to take part in an exciting project. They are set to benefit from Harry Kane Foundation’s support by being set up with the high-quality Healthy Minds teaching resources that feature bespoke content co-authored by Harry and his wife, Kate.

The partnership will provide free psychological fitness training and educational resources, designed to nurture mental resilience and emotional wellbeing. These resources will be available in schools, workplaces, and to a broader audience through Harry’s influence, platforms, and networks, with the goal of promoting positive mental health across all generations.

Kane said: “I’m proud of my foundation's work over the last year and am excited that we will extend our reach and impact through a new partnership with Bounce Forward. They have developed evidence-based resources that align perfectly with our aim of promoting the benefits of positive self-belief.”