Open Summer Scrum Rugby Camps for children and young adults aged between 7 to 25 years old with disabilities and special educational needs. The Summer Scrum Rugby Camps were launched in April 2017 at Bath Recreation Ground and were a huge success, with a number of children and young adults
Project Rugby is funded by Premiership Rugby and The RFU. It’s key ambition it to strengthen members in rugby clubs and the communities around them. Mixed ability rugby is part of this. We will be offering inclusive opportunities, growing the game by involving adults with special educational needs.
The Foundation Coach Education is for young adults who are volunteering within Foundation programmes. The coach education training sessions will develop the young leaders into qualified sports coaches. The training sessions will be a mixture of learning through theory based activities, planning sessions, risk assessments and practical based activities like
Project Rugby is a new initiative by the RFU and Premiership Rugby to get more people with disabilities or special educational needs playing rugby through mixed ability rugby. The sessions will run for 12 weeks at community centres, special schools and care providers. The aim is to introduce rugby skills
Hi5! Outreach is run in conjunction with Try Active to give adults with disabilities the chance to play sport and have fun. The programme has been specially designed by our inclusion coaches for those with physical or learning disabilities. It uses rugby and other sports to develop fundamental movements such
Tacking Transition is a new Foundation programme which supports ex military service men and women to transition into civilian life and find a career in sport. The course is open to any former member of the armed forces, irrelevant of rank and service background.
The course is split into two