School Sports Partnership
Primary School rugby league, delivered in all Schools in Warrington over a 6 week period ending in a Festival at a Community Rugby League Club.
Often the first introduction to Rugby League, this project allows children the opportunity to develop their rugby league skills and acts as a pathway to our community rugby league clubs.
Supporting our 8 local community Clubs to ensure they have the infrastructure, volunteers and finances to offer a quality experience to the young people of Warrington.
Providing an environment, which is safe, appropriate and sustainable which can be accessed by our local communities to have a positive experience with physical activity.
Women's Player Development Pathway
An open access Player Development program for females aged 11 - 16, allowing the opportunity for young females to develop themselves as rugby league players and understand how a professional rugby league environment operates.
Primary School Fire 7s
A pre-Super League match with an inter-schools competition, Year 5 and 6 compete aiming to improve the quality of rugby league playing opportunities in Warrington for Primary Schools. This provides a unique opportunity, that helps all involved fall in love with rugby league and the Warrington Wolves!
Historically, the only rugby league playing opportunity for Girls aged 7 - 11 was to join a predominately boy and male rugby league environment, which has often led to drop out of girls from the game.
Our RugBees is a girls-only rugby league session aimed at making new friends, learning new skills in a fun and flexible environment.
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4 Days of sports delivered in School holidays, where we have often been able to provide food for children on free school meals.
Providing further opportunity for young people of Warrington to access quality physical activity sessions.