Projects

Primary Schools

Primary Schools

Warrington Wolves Foundation delivers a full range of curricular and after school programmes for boys and girls KS1 and KS2. All coaching is carried out by our qualified, experienced coaches who are engaging with pupils and delivering positive experiences of Rugby...

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Secondary Schools

Secondary Schools

The Foundation is incredibly proud of the work undertaken with our local secondary schools. With an equal focus on girls and boys, the girls game is rapidly developing.. Through 3 competitions, players can access the Sky Try 9's and the Legends Local 13-a-side...

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Community Clubs

Community Clubs

If you're looking for a community club for your son or daughter then we have plenty of choice across Warrington. There are 7 Community Clubs open to boys and 1 for girls only. Bank Quay Bulls Burtonwood Bulldogs Crosfields Culcheth Eagles Latchford Giants Rylands...

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Holiday Activities

Holiday Activities

Our Holiday Camps are aimed at children who need to burn off some energy during the school breaks! Girls and boys who join in the fun are guaranteed an action-packed day with plenty of fun as well as making new friends along the way. Our camps are aimed at children...

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England Talent Pathway

England Talent Pathway

The Warrington Wolves England Talent Pathway is a route for all players to achieve their absolute best by facilitating the correct programme at the correct time for a child's development. The Warrington Wolves Foundation is able to provide opportunities to develop,...

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Sky Try

Sky Try

Sky Try is a ground-breaking collaboration between the RFL, Sky and the Rugby League Foundations. Sky Try is the biggest ever programme of Rugby League opportunities and in Warrington, our focus is on schools. Thanks to the funding from Sky, the Foundation is able to...

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Wolfpack

Wolfpack

Our Wolf PACK classes aim to help children's physical, social and emotional development through fun rugby-based activity. With children as young as 2 joining in, it's never too young to join our PACK. To join The PACK or for more information contact...

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Womens and Girls

Womens and Girls

In August 2018, Warrington Wolves Foundation launched its first girls Rugby League taster session. Through the hard work of our committed volunteers and amazing sponsors there are now Women's,U19's, U16's, U14's, U12's and U10's teams ready for a new season to...

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Digital Memories

Digital Memories

Thanks to Heritage Lottery funding we have been able to create a dedicated website to record the history of the Rugby Club. Visitors to the site can view the history of the Club and town as well as giving you the opportunity to virtually stroll down the Timeline and...

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Exhibitions

Exhibitions

Every year, we actively engage in local Heritage Open Days but organisations can also request an exhibition of certain memorabilia held by The Foundation. The exhibitions are passionately supported by Warrington RLFC Past Players who love to share their memories of...

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Wire to Wolves

Wire to Wolves

Wire2Wolves is the overarching name for all our heritage projects; however, it was originally used for the launch of the unique 100m heritage timeline in 2013. The Foundation was awarded Heritage Lottery Funding to create the interactive timeline to celebrate the rich...

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Holiday Camps

Holiday Camps

Our Multi Sports Holiday Camps run in every school holiday except for Christmas. The Camps are funded by Children In Need and are officially open to 7-18 year olds who have additional needs. Each day follows a structured timetable with a variety of sports tailored to...

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PenPal Project

PenPal Project

Imagine when you were a child receiving a letter from your favourite sports star. It is well documented that many children struggle with basic literacy skills due to the popularity of new media. Through our Pen Pals project, we aim to engage children with the art of...

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Women’s Football

Women’s Football

With almost 3 million female players, football is the biggest women's team sport in England and the new Warrington Wolves Women's Football Club is proud to play its part. Our friendly Club has enthusiastic and knowledgeable coaches who provide a rewarding environment...

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Volleyball

Volleyball

Volleyball is an energetic, non-contact sport for both sexes and all ages. It is a team game, played six-a-side on a full court and whatever your age or level of ability, the Warrington Wolves Volleyball Club offer a number of weekly participation and competitive...

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Handball

Handball

Handball is a team sport in which two teams of seven players each pass a ball using their hands with the aim of throwing it into the other team's goal. There are 6 outfield players and a goalkeeper on each team. The Warrington Wolves Handball Club is one of the most...

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Offload

Offload

Offload is a Big Lottery funded initiative, offering a creative, engaging and effective mental fitness project for men in Warrington. The project is a collaboration between Rugby League Cares and State of Mind Sport and offers men the opportunity to go behind the...

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Fit to Tackle

Fit to Tackle

The Warrington Wolves Foundation and LiveWire and have joined forces to offer the men and women of Warrington a chance to join a beginner's fitness and weight loss programme. Fit to Tackle is tailored to the needs of each participant, with a focus on group development...

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Connect 5 MH Training

Connect 5 MH Training

Working in partnership with Warrington Borough Council, the Wolves Foundation offer a free mental health training programme called Connect 5. The course is accredited by the Royal Society of Public Health and is delivered by a range of local accredited trainers,...

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Match Buddies

Match Buddies

Warrington Wolves Foundation, in partnership with the University of Chester, deliver a match day initiative which enables people living with dementia to attend and enjoy Warrington Wolves fixtures in a safe and supported environment. The scheme is one of the key...

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Active Ageing

Active Ageing

Older people are particularly vulnerable to isolation in later life where they may not participate in any activities in the local community. By 2030, it is estimated that the town?s over 65 population is expected to grow by more than 60% and the Active Ageing project...

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Supporter to Reporter

Supporter to Reporter

Supporter to Reporter provides young people aged between 11 and 18 years old with the opportunity to learn about sports journalism from the inside of a global professional organisation. The Warrington Wolves Media Team immerse young people in the world of journalism...

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Live Life The Wolves Way

Live Life The Wolves Way

Live Life the Wolves Way is a lifestyle and exercise initiative designed especially for overweight and obese children aged 7 - 11 years. The community programme is designed to provide children and their families with support and further education around nutrition,...

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Heads Up

Heads Up

The school environment has a significant impact on young people's emotional wellbeing. For youngsters to thrive during their time in education, the Young Trustees have devised a series of resources that can help teachers to build resilience and coping strategies for...

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Children’s University

Children’s University

The Foundation coordinates the Children's University Project for Warrington. This is a national initiative that provides 6-14 year olds with exciting and innovative learning experiences out of the usual school hours. At the end of the academic year, a Graduation...

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Holiday Hunger

Holiday Hunger

School holidays have become hard for low-income families. Research shows that many children on free school meals or in low income families are hungry, isolated and inactive during the holidays. A poor diet, lack of activities, and limited social engagement leaves them...

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