FORGET ‘All Things Bright and Beautiful’ youngsters at Rose Hill Primary School will be belting out’Yellows, Yellows, Yellows’ on Sunday thanks to Oxford United’s supporters’ trust.

OxVox has paid for 38 pupils in Year 6, and their teachers, to go on possibly the best ever school trip, to Wembley stadium to watch United take on Coventry in the Checkatrade Trophy final.

The trust, that has 900 members, wanted to give more people in the community the chance to cheer on the Yellows on Sunday.

The lucky pupils have barely been able to contain their excitement all week after finding out about their day out to the home of football.

Lacey-May Blackford has been to her fair share of games at the Kassam Stadium but was excited for her first trip to Wembley.

She said: “I’ve been to lots of games but I’m very excited for Sunday.

“We are all meeting at school on Sunday and getting a coach to the match.

The ten-year-old added: “It’s going to be a great day and I think Oxford United will win 3-1.”

Precious Ekpenyong, from Littlemore, said: “I’m a big fan of Oxford United but I don’t get to go to many games so I’m really excited.

“We are all going together, which will be great and I am of course hoping for an Oxford win.”

The 50-strong party of teachers and pupils will leave Rose Hill Primary School in the morning and travel by coach to Wembley to watch the U’s take on Coventry.

OxVox approached the school after deciding to fund tickets and travel through its own funds raised by membership fees.

Headteacher Sue Vermes said: “It’s wonderful and all the children are so excited about Sunday.

“We thank Oxvox and the club for helping us take them to Wembley for what I am sure will be a day they never forget.

“It looks like the whole of Oxfordshire is heading for Wembley and we are very proud to be a part of a fantastic occasion.”

OxVox chairman Jem Faulkner said: “As a Supporters Trust, we’re thrilled to be able to get in involved and happy to be supporting Oxford United in the Community and all the people that they work so hard with to improve lives

“The monies are coming from the Trust’s own funds, rather than a specific fundraising event as we’ve done in the past.

He added: “We now have approaching 900 members and membership has more than doubled in the last couple of years.

“Needless to say, all the members we have spoken with have been more than happy to give their support to this initiative.”

At the start of the season OxVox partnered with Oxford United Community Trust to fund more than 1000 matchday tickets for children living in care.

The successful campaign has seen 50 children attend each home game at the Kassam Stadium this season after its members raised thousands of pounds.