Children from all classes entered a penalty shootout competition at the school in a bid to raise funds, and have so far managed to collect over £2,000.
The Tigers captain was on hand presenting medals to individuals who managed to score all of their penalties, as well as issuing footballs signed by the entire Hull City team to both pupils and staff.
The midfield star said, “It was great to see that the children enjoyed the football competition, and for them to raise so much money is a fantastic achievement. It is important for them to have fun at school, and from looking at the displays in the hallways, it is clear to see that they are working hard too.”
Robert is currently stepping up his rehabilitation from a broken foot that has kept him out for the past month. It is hoped the 33-year-old will be back in action in November.