A taste of rugby league
Students from three schools on the Peninsula had a taste of the National Rugby League on February 21 when the regional development team visited the area.
The Central Coast Hunter team brought along some Sydney Roosters players who helped them introduce the League Stars Inspire Respect message and the Play NRL program at Ettalong and Woy Woy Public Schools and St John's the Baptist School at Woy Woy.
Team member Mr Skip Lawrence said the aim of the program was to provide interactive learning experiences that inspired young people.
"It also aims to inspire primary school-aged children to develop and apply the knowledge and understandings, skills, attitudes and values that are central to respect, health and wellbeing, as well as inclusion and diversity, using our great game as both a background to and the vehicle for engaging learning experiences," he said.
Media release, 21 Feb 2020
Skip Lawrence, Play NRL
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