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Oxford City Stars top of the Class

25th June 2019    News

Class Act Teaching Services have committed to sponsoring the Oxford City Stars again this season.

Oxfordshire’s leading teaching agency provides primary schools with qualified supply teaching staff. It will appear on the Stars’ home and away jerseys for the eagerly awaited 2019/20 campaign.

Class Act Teaching Services have partnered with the Stars on various community projects in recent years, which has attracted primary school children to watch the club and live an active lifestyle.

Mark Oliver, Class Act director, said: “We enjoy sponsoring the Oxford City Stars, as we are passionate about ice hockey, but also about encouraging children to participate in sport.

“We are excited by the recent change at the club and the focus on the Stars and the junior club being more aligned and developing a junior development pathway. We’re looking forward to the new season and helping the Stars.”

Greig Box Turnbull, Stars director, said: “Class Act Training Services is a fantastic business that provides a crucial service in the education sector across Oxfordshire. We are grateful for its continued support of the Stars, which helps the club in our quest to be sustainable. We look forward to working closely again with Class Act on joint projects to encourage youngster to play or watch ice hockey in Oxford.”

Read more about Class Act here: https://classact-teaching.co.uk/

If you would like to sponsor the Oxford City Stars please get in contact via email: info.oxfordcitystars@gmail.com

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