They will also have the opportunity to act as ball boys and girls for the Johnstone Paint Trophy final, Championship, League One and League 2 play-off finals, later in the season.
Students went through an application process set by Hanham’s sports co-ordinator Phil Arnold to decide which lucky students would take part.
They will receive instructions and training from a staff member from the Football League on arrival and will have a chance to meet the players and back room staff for all fixtures.
Mr Arnold said: “It is a fantastic privilege and honour for the school and our students who are incredibly excited, as you can imagine. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity and will no doubt stay with them for the rest of their lives. We hope they have a fantastic day and wish them good luck.”
The opportunity originated through a link with Mike Coyne, executive head at Hanham Abbots Junior School. As well as being a headteacher he works in a voluntary capacity as a Council Member for the English Schools Football Association, the national governing body for school football.