I like the weather in England…
I like the community…
I like the places in England…
I like the food…
I like the players in England…
Discrimination is bad because it separates different types of people because of their gender or skin colour.
I like football because it’s a fun game that a lot of people play. It is also energetic.
I like to play in midfield because that helps the team most.
There is always new stuff to do.
The food is great – traditional breakfast and fish and chips!
The people are friendly.
There are lots of interesting landmarks, like Big Ben.
Discrimination is bad because it’s making fun of something that somebody cannot change about themselves, like race of gender.
English computer scientist Tim Berners Lee invented the world wide web!
England includes lots of small islands, like the Isle of Wight and Hayling Island.
I think discrimination (racism and sexism) is bad because people judge you by your skin colour or gender.
Many female football players get judged but that does not stop them from doing the thing they love.
Some black or white football players also get judged by the opposite skin colour, which is an example of racism.
We are the Red Devils and we are the best – the Dream Team:
The Creative One
The Crazy One
The Quiet One
The Bossy One
The Weird One
The Playful One
I like football because it’s a ery popular sport and is also entertaining. I like the tension in the losing team when they are trying to score. I’m really excited for the World Cup!
What I don’t like is that players get overpaid. There are firefighters risking their lives and footballers are getting twenty times what they get paid!
Mutual respect is when you respect everyone.
You don’t judge people by their colour.
You don’t judge people by their gender.
You don’t judge people by their religion.
I like football a little bit because it gives you exercise. I don’t like it when it causes serious injuries.
I like football because everybody contributes and it is fun. Each team has their own tactics, so it makes it a challenge for the opposition.