Children from Rowanfield Junior School will be filling up the family section in Block 1 of the Colin Farmer Stand for Saturday's big game against Leyton Orient at the Jonny-Rocks Stadium.
Rowanfield are one of the many schools that the Cheltenham Town Community Trust have been working with as a result of their Premier League Primary Stars project and have been partnered for three years.
Coaches have helped deliver PE lessons over the years and have also supported English and Maths with the aim to encourage and motivate those who lack confidence and knowledge in these subjects.
The Trust have given them ticket vouchers for the game and will also be heading to the school on World Book Day, with a couple of hundred pupils attending as Michael Duff's side look to make it four wins from four home matches in 2020.
This weekend's match against the East Londoners will also mark a special joint-initiative with the Robins' 2019/20 charity partners, The Hollie Gazzard Trust.
Cheltenham will be wearing a special one-off kit that is all white with a purple and pink trim to reflect the colours of the Trust, who work to reduce domestic violence and promote healthy relationships to schools and colleges.
There's plenty going on during the course of the day, click here to find out more.
This weekend's game is the first of three on home soil in just 10 days, with Mansfield Town visiting on Saturday 22 February (3pm) and Northampton Town on Tuesday 25 February (7:45pm).
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