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Nottingham Community Rugby in Schools


The Nottingham Community Team works closely with local primary and secondary schools where rugby is not traditionally played.

The Community department consisting of Josh Salathiel, Sam Bignall and Robert Pearce, visit both in curriculum time and at after school clubs to introduce pupils to rugby, getting them playing in organised competitive fixtures and festivals.

The Nottingham team is delighted to offer a number of different opportunities to rugby playing schools in the local areas through the Schools Partnership Programme:


  • Professional coaching for all ages and abilities.
  • Structured coaching sessions of contact or tag rugby.
  • Nutritional and fitness advice.
  • Professional rugby coaching staff with CRB qualifications.
  • Session can also be tailored around your curricular time or take the form of an after school club.
  • Get a FREE Nottingham Rugby match ticket for all attendees


There are options available to suit the needs, and budget of any rugby playing school.

Contact: Robert Pearce on 0115 907 0070 or e-mail:



Nottingham Rugby's 'School of the Week' initiative aims to get more schools involved with Nottingham Rugby

Any school that signs up to the scheme will enter a draw before every home game to our school of the week and win FREE tickets. There will be a primary and secondary school of the week and the winners will receive free tickets for all pupils, teachers and even parents for the upcoming match.

Community Manager Robert Pearce said: "This is a great initiative and a really good way for us to promote rugby in the local area.

"We are very proud of our community involvement and this promotion will further help our profile and create awareness in both primary and secondary schools. With the Community Programme we have already gone into a lot of schools in Nottinghamshire but there are plenty that may not know about what we do"

"I think something like this is a good way to get kids interested in sport and see what we're about at the same time."

To nominate your school please call Robert Pearce on 0115 907 0070 or e-mail: