Rangers Charity Foundation has teamed up with grime superstar Stormzy for an exclusive event for pupils at Knightswood Secondary in Glasgow.
The students were treated to an exclusive screening of his new video for the ‘Superheroes’ before hearing a message from the 2019 Glastonbury headliner.
The school is part of the foundations Hub In The Community programme which sees them “raising attainment, increase positive post-school destinations, enhance transition links from primary to secondary school and create a universal impact in all areas and year groups within the school, to help expand the young people’s full potential through education.”
“We’re all superheroes,” Stormzy said as quoted on the Rangers website.
“As much as we come from where we come from, we might be disadvantaged, we might have so many obstacles in front of us, you are a superhero in your own right, and don’t ever forget that.
“Those little skills that we have, those big skills that we have, those talents, those things that often go ignored, that makes you a superhero…
“I wanted to make this video to basically inspire you guys, to let you know that the sky is the limit, to let you know that all those things inside of you make you incredible.”
Stormzy, whose real name is Michael Ebenezer Kwadjo Omari Owuo Jr, is a keen activist and uses his platform to fighting inequality, discrimination and launched the Stormzy Scholarship for Black UK Students’ at the University of Cambridge, covering tuition costs for two students and maintenance grants for up to four years
Rangers Charity Foundation do some fantastic work in the community and the latest programme will help garner more attention for their various initiatives.
To find out more about the work done by the Rangers Charity Foundation, visit www.rangerscharity.org.uk