Capital One Disability project
This project is designed to help improve motor skills,
co-ordination, and sensory awareness through the enjoyment of rugby
related practices. The opportunity to meet the first team players
as they deliver various aspects of the project helps to encourage
everyone to be involved.
Capital One Leadership project
project is an initiative that seeks to develop confidence and
interpersonal skills in young people by using TAG rugby and the
opportunity for the children to coach each other. Raising their
awareness about themselves and seeking to develop identified areas
over the course of the six week programme.
Rushcliffe Health Project
Partnership with Rushcliffe Council the Community team will be
delivering the " MEND" 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 Patnership 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). As part of this the Community
scheme will also to engage with special schools within the
The partnership will also include the Community team suporting
the RFUDO County Primary Schools County Finals - 28th May and
offering Support for the NCC talented coaches programme. The
Community team will be fully engaged in volunteering programmes
such as Step into Sport including provision of quality placements
at Nottingham Rugby events and activities.
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
Hall-Fast, the industrial supplies company that was recently
honoured as the Midlands Exporter of the Year, has struck a new
partnership with the Green and Whites' community department to
deliver coaching into North Nottinghamshire.
More than 20 schools in the area will benefit from the
initiative before Christmas, with Nottingham not only focused on
skills sessions, but increasing physical activity and promoting
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, Ollerton, Ashfield, East
Retford, Southwell, Worksop, Chesterfield and Newark.
With community coach and Worksop resident Josh Salathiel
delivering the initiative, the program will have a truly local
lm Hall, Managing Director of Hall-Fast added: "Whilst
sponsoring this programme provides coaching to local youngsters, I
think it also has the potential to inspire them to widen their
horizons and realise their full potential. "
Hall-Fast was founded in 2006 and has grown to be an
award winning business supplying over 48,000 industrial products to
local companies as well customers in over 75 countries. In 2012
Hall-Fast won the Midlands Exporter of the Year Award.
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.