Rushcliffe Health Project
Partnership with Rushcliffe Council the Community team will be
delivering the "HEALTHY LIVES, HEALTHY YOU" programme, supporting
young people and their families who participate on the project
through mentoring, promotion of health eating and lifestyle, also
inviting them to see them play at Meadow Lane.
Nottinghamshire County Council
In Partnership with Nottinghamshire
County Council the Community team will be delivering the community
schools programme that has been planned and co-ordinated
with RFU Development Officer (RFUDO).During this programme
Nottingham Rugby will implement coaching within 21 schools and link
them into a club, specific to that area, including a Pride of
Nottingham Rugby will also help provide and educate volunteers
around the County.
The final aim of the programme is to create a platform in which
both players and coaches can utilise to improve their skills.
Nottingham Rugby will provide a coaching master class, at Lady Bay,
for all NLD coaches. This will take place on March 30th
Hall-Fast North Nottinghamshire Project
Nottingham Rugby has
teamed up with one of the Midland's best exporters to deliver
coaching programmes further and wider than ever
10 schools in Mansfield have benefitted from the initiative,
with Nottingham not only focused on skills sessions, but increasing
physical activity and promoting healthy lifestyles.
Nottingham will assist the development of the game alongside RFU
development officers already in the area, helping support schools
rugby competitions, and improve links to local clubs and
opportunities for young people to participate in the game. The
project will run throughout Mansfield.
Bilborough Sixth Form College
Nottingham Rugby's Community Manager,
Robert Pearce, is currently the head coach at Bilborough
College. The college has a sport-related enrichment
programme which allows their students to take part in a sport of
their choice each Monday and Wednesday.
Academy in the Community
Academy in the community projects aims
to support player and coach development at local rugby clubs. It is
the opportunity for clubs to invite the academy coaches and players
to the clubs and deliver a specific technique or skill which meets
the clubs development plan.
The Asian Sports Foundation
Nottingham Rugby entered into a partnershop with the Asian
Sports Foundation in April 2015, to help support the growth of
participation in rugby activities within Asian Communities.
Nottingham Rugby is proud to support The Asian Sports Foundation's
aims and will be working in a wide variety of projects.
Rugby entered into a partnership with the Asian Sports Foundation
in April 2015, to helppport the growth of participation in rugby
activities within Asian Communities. Nottingham Rugby is proud to
support The Asian Sports Foundation's aims and will be working in a
wide variety of