A mix of boys and girls, aged between 6 and 12, participated in a number of sports and were also taught about the importance of keeping active through sport and physical activity.
Danny has won the British Wheelchair Athletics Association Athlete of the Year award three times and came tenth in the Beijing Paralympics but narrowly missed out on qualifying for London 2012.
Ben Quilter is current European Champion, Double World Champion and Paralympics Bronze Medallist at London 2012. Ben was favourite to clinch Gold at London 2012 before a serious knee injury some 3 months before the games.
Danny and Ben began the day telling their inspirational stories to the pupils and staff at the school as well as the importance of sport and living a healthy lifestyle.
Danny said: "The Premier Sport team is committed to coaching sport to all in a fun and inclusive way. Sport is all about enjoyment, and Premier Sport coaches lead the way in fun, safe sports coaching to allow children to be the very best that they can be.”
“Premier's emphasis on sporting opportunities for all is fantastically inclusive; I just hope I’ve gone some way towards inspiring the children at Whitehill Primary School to develop a love of sport."
Premier Sport is the UK’s leading sports coaching company for children and works closely with a team of ambassadors that also includes Rugby World Cup winner Lawrence Dallaglio OBE, Olympic swimming champion Duncan Goodhew MBE and Great Britain’s Handball captain Bobby White.