Wycombe Wanderers have unveiled their Matrix Learning Centre at Adams Park.

The new facility - opened by Managing Director Steve Hayes and Mayor of Wycombe Councillor Paul Lambourne - has been designed to help motivate and inspire children who struggle at school.

The Centre will help children aged five to eight with their literacy and numeracy through football activities during the after school sessions. It is kitted out with seven PCs and an interactive whiteboard as well as a Playstation and Nintendo Wii.

Wanderers' Community Scheme Manager Dave Evans said: "We are really pleased to open the Matrix Learning Centre. We hope it will make a positive difference to kids in the area.

"The feedback from the first few groups has been fantastic. Kids don't want to go home because they are so engaged while they are here!

"The difference the club can make to the children's lives is huge. We hope that they go home inspired to succeed at school after spending time with us."

Football League Trust Regional Manager John Relish said: "Over the last few years a number of clubs have embraced interactive technology in their Community work.

"The team at Wycombe are doing a great job with kids from the surrounding area, and the Matrix Centre facilities are a fantastic addition to the set-up at Adams Park."

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