Fabian Spiess and Haydn Hollis have been encouraging children to stay active, as part of their work with the A Game of Two Halves scheme.
The duo, pictured, recently stopped off at the James Peacock Infant School in Ruddington to speak about the benefits of eating healthily and exercising regularly.
A Game of Two Halves gets this message across to five to 11-year-olds with a 50:50 approach to fitness and nutrition, which divides classroom messages with sports-based sessions that have been shown to reduce childhood obesity rates.
Hollis, who is ambassador for A Game of Two Halves, supported by Fantasy Island and the NHS, said: “Helping out in the community is part of our job as players and I enjoy working with the children and getting them involved in Notts County.
"Obesity is a huge problem and we can make a difference by going in and it’s good to do."
A Game of Two Halves sessions will be appearing in schools throughout Nottinghamshire during the second half of the season.
To find out about getting your school involved with Notts County, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.