We’re here to help extend your school’s sports participation, encourage healthy lifestyles, build self-confidence through teamwork and play, and ultimately develop a lifelong love of sport.

Our schools’ programme gives you access to high quality PE and rugby coaching that can either complement existing activity or be an addition to the school day.

During the summer term we can also support or introduce cricket and athletics coaching.

We provide four curriculum hours of coaching per week during term time and three Teacher Training events during the academic year to develop and support ongoing rugby activities.

There is also an opportunity for children to continue with their development and activities outside school, with an After School Club option and Wimbledon RFC Club days throughout the season.

We deliver fun, positive and safe experiences for children of all abilities and every session is delivered to the RFU’s National Rules of Play age-grade guidelines.

If you would like to know more about how your school can benefit from our coaching programme please register your interest and we'll be in touch as soon as we can.


What our schools say

Working with the coaches was great.

"The children loved the energy they brought when playing games and teaching the individual skills. Personally, I feel I now have the knowledge and confidence to deliver an effective set of rugby lessons; something I didn't feel like I could do before.”

— Miss Newson, Joseph Hood School

The children were so engaged!

“I now realise that there are so many transferable skills in rugby: passing, catching, communicating, moving, teamwork. The coaches highlighted these really well to the children and through this all the children were so engaged in the lessons and had a great time learning.”

— Miss Frost, Joseph Hood School


Secondary schools we're working with:

Richard Challoner School
The Kingston Academy


Primary schools we're working with:

St Matthews Primary, Wimbledon
The Alton Primary, Roehampton
Joseph Hood Primary, Wimbledon Chase