‘Playcare Cup’ competition was opened up to local primary schools across the city to encourage Year 6 pupils to get creative and come up with their own strapline to be used on our own LED Advertisement Board at Molineux Stadium.
The winning pupil was Toby Benton, aged 10, from Bhylls Acre Primary School with his entry of ‘Paycare – health, help, happiness. Always!” Kevin Rogers of Paycare, and first team players Conor Coady and Jack Price, attended the school on last week to present Toby with his prize of a signed match ball and shirt, which was followed by a game of football with the class on the school’s playground.
Jessica Buzzing, Deputy Head at Bhylls Acre Primary School, explained: “We are very proud of Toby with his winning entry, and Y6 thoroughly enjoyed their session with the Wolves Players. We are always looking for opportunities for our children to write for a real purpose; this was an excellent competition in which they could be creative with words.”
Kevin Rogers, CEO of Paycare, explained: “The entries we received were fantastic and we thoroughly enjoyed judging them. It was clear that a lot of research had been done to learn about our business, and it showed particularly in Toby’s entry. Everything we do has the health of our policyholders and our team in mind, we help others whenever and however we can, and we’re all about being happy, and spreading happiness amongst others.
“We’re immensely proud to be back-of-shirt sponsors of our local Wolverhampton team – where our business has been based since 1874 – and in working with them closely to do good for others in our communities. Thanks again to everyone who entered, and congratulations again to Toby and Bhylls Acre Primary School.”