Schools

 

Williamstown Primary School

Williamstown Football Club has been a major supporter of Williamstown Primary School, not only with player visits to help run clinics and be a part of their footy days, but also as a Platinum Sponsor of the Williamstown Primary School Seaside Fair. The club also ran weekly clinics that involved nine sessions with students in 2016.

 

Williamstown North Primary School

Williamstown Football Club is proud to continue it's strong partnership with Williamstown North Primary School. In 2015 the club purchased new goalposts for the school grounds, and has also been a part of the school's annual fete with activities for kids, player appearances as well as mascot, 'Speccie'. The club also ran weekly clinics that involved 12 sessions in 2016 for the students at the school.

 

Other Primary Schools

Williamstown Football Club also visits and runs clinics at ten other primary schools in the Hobsons Bay area. In 2016 alone, the club ran a total of 63 clinics and sessions at the following schools: Sacred Heart Primary School, Spotswood Primary School, Altona Green Primary School, Rosamond Special School, St. Mary's Primary Altona, Westbourne College, Wembley Primary School, Newport Lakes Primary School, Newport Gardens Primary School & St. Margaret Mary's Primary School.

 

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