And pupils and staff at St James Lanehead C of E Primary have created their own 'happy place' display in honour of former student Jordan.
A keen Clarets fan, Jordan kept repeating the phrase 'happy place, happy place, Turf Moor' to help him face stomach churning bush tucker trials on the reality TV show.
The youngsters at St James have been drawing pictures of their own 'happy places' in a bid to help them build resilience as the coronavirus pandemic continues.
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They have also made 'good luck' posters to show their support for Jordan who is now a Radio One DJ.
Jordan is one of the firm favourites with viewers, and also fellow contestants, on the ITV show that is hosted by Ant and Dec.
Burnley Football Club have released two new t-shirts with the slogan 'happy place, happy place Turf Moor' to raise money for Pendleside Hospice, where Jordan is an ambassador, and the Burnley Community Kitchen.
Artist Peter Chippendale has also immortalised the 'happy place' catchphrase in a new painting of the Clarets' ground.