The initiative, jointly funded by Warndon City Councillor Allan Amos and the AOHN Programme, is aimed at educating children regarding the dangers, the cost and also the impact on others of passive smoking.
Coun Allan Amos said the aim of initiative is to prevent children from even taking up smoking. He added: "I am delighted and proud that this is the second time I have been able to sponsor an anti-smoking campaign in our primary schools. I am sure we are now getting the message over to our youngsters at an early age that smoking is not only an evil killer but that it also causes dreadful diseases, is dangerous, dirty, very expensive, and anti-social."
Staff from the Warriors Community Foundation will deliver four classroom based lessons in each school. The first lesson features a smoky lung demonstration that shows what the dangers are to inside your body. Children who have taken part in the project finish by creating an assembly to deliver to parents.
Carol Hart, Warriors Community Foundation Manager, said: "The Anti-Smoking Campaign carries a really important message to young people. Smoking is dangerous, costly and affects those around you.
"Worcester Warriors, as a business with sport at its heart, puts much weight behind the benefits of leading an active and healthy lifestyle, it is important that we share this knowledge and education with young people in our community.
"We are pleased to be supported by the AOHN Programme and Worcester City Council, and in particular Councillor Allan Amos."