SCHOOLS COACHING

BENEFITS

Professional support,
delivery & experience

SuppliedĀ  schemes
of work

ABOUT

Staff
support

Our qualified community staff deliver curriculum coaching provision to a wide range of schools and environments, all with varying needs.

We cover a full range of rugby coaching, from the fundamentals of the game up to the more technical aspects. A further key area for delivery is supporting students with functional movement skills through schemes of work, which are not rugby focussed or specific, while a continued offer of multi-sport delivery is something we are proud to offer to schools.

Perhaps most importantly, all our coaching

support is focussed around, and underpinned by the Rugby Football Union’s core values, which are Teamwork, Respect, Enjoyment, Discipline and Sportsmanship (TREDS).

We currently deliver across the full educational sector from Primary Schools up to and including Higher Education establishments, with coaching support provided in term blocks or secured for the academic year.

The benefits of our delivery are wide-ranging. Schools can confidently advertise rugby as a viable curriculum option to their

students and families, confident in the knowledge that they can provide qualified coaching support throughout the sessions.

Where rugby is over-subscribed in some schools, Community Group can supply the additional support to ensure every child is given the opportunity to enjoy the game and develop.

Our coaching and focus on the RFU’s core values has a significant impact on behavioural aspects of many students, helping to not only increase TREDS but look to build and strengthen resilience, decision making and ownership amongst the participants.

TESTIMONIAL

“Sam Verralls and his fellow Bournville RFC coaches have delivered a variety of engaging and exciting tag rugby sessions at lunchtime and have encouraged children of all ages to participate. They have also delivered curriculum PE sessions to Year 3 and 4 children. The children have really benefited from the coaches enthusiastic and inclusive approach which has meant that both novices and more experienced players have gained new skills and abilities from the lessons. They have also run a successful after school tag rugby club for years 3-6. At all times they embody and promote the traditional rugby ideals of fair play, good sportsmanship and teamwork. They are skilled at listening to children and managing behaviour and are well aware of their safeguarding responsibilities.”
Alexander Finch – Head Teacher, Mappleborough Green C of E Primary School

 

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