Our Services

We've got a lot to offer here at Roaring Rugby.
Scroll down to see the variety of services that
we have in store for you.

After School Clubs!

Our After School Clubs offer a wide selection of exercises designed to
encourage and improve the social and sporting skills of all of our participants

The Big Cat Programme

Our exclusive copyright awards programme to monitor
progression, values and skill in an exciting and innovative way.

Scroll down to explore the full programme.

Awarding Success

By combining our exclusive Big Cat programme and our variety of services, every child has the opportunity to win some great awards!

Holiday camps

World class, industry leading in Rugby Union, Cricket and Multi-Sports


Cheetahs is our Foundation/Reception programme

Tigers
Year 4, is probably the most exciting time in the big cat journey as children who are eight years of age on 31st August can begin contact rugby. They will be confident runners, catchers, passers and most importantly learn to tackle for the first time. Gum shields are mandatory at this stage.

Panthers
During Year 6, self-reflection and providing feedback on their own and team performances. Skills will be more complex with wrist, spin, pop, and off-load passes, to kick a grubber, punt and cross-kick, as well as receive soft hands, targets, high and low ball. At this stage quickly adapting to changes in the game situation and maintaining the correct body position in a ruck and maul are essential.

Jaguars
During Year 5, the principles of the tackle should be mastered. They will be progressively competent with the core skills and be able to maintain a level of performance through being appropriately fit. They will be able to explain the Principles of Play and demonstrate: Go forward and support, Continuity and pressure, Support, Communication and Contest possession in a variety of game and practice situations.

Project Touchline

Led by two Licensed Lay Ministers
from the Diocese of Gloucester
in the Church of England.

Our Services

The highest standards of sports coaching

For when the One Great Scorer comes
To mark against your name,
He writes not that you won or lost,
But how you played the Game.

Key Stage One


Level 2 tier programme

Year 1 and 2

Our work is about sport
Our work is about values
Our work is about faith.

After School Clubs

We offer exclusive Roaring Rugby, Hockey and Cricket After School Clubs
at a number of counties in the South West.

Lower Key Stage Two


Level 3 tier programme

Pioneering work

We work with churches
We work with primary schools
We can build bridges between both...

Rugby Camps

Industry leading camps which are all about having fun, learning
core sports skills, teamwork and much, much more.

Upper Key Stage Two


Level 4 tier programme

Project Touchline

Led by UKCC Qualified Sports Coaches
Rugby Union
Gymnastics
Cricket
Hockey
Netball
Football
Dance

Project Touchline

We're pioneering new ways of teaching
sports and values through the Christian faith

Our Services

We've got a lot to offer here at Roaring Rugby.
Scroll down to see the variety of services that
we have in store for you.

After School Clubs!

Our After School Clubs offer a wide selection of exercises designed to
encourage and improve the social and sporting skills of all of our participants

The Big Cat Programme

Our exclusive copyright awards programme to monitor
progression, values and skill in an exciting and innovative way.

Scroll down to explore the full programme.

Awarding Success

By combining our exclusive Big Cat programme and our variety of services, every child has the opportunity to win some great awards!

Holiday camps

World class, industry leading in Rugby Union, Cricket and Multi-Sports


Cheetahs is our Foundation/Reception programme

Tigers
Year 4, is probably the most exciting time in the big cat journey as children who are eight years of age on 31st August can begin contact rugby. They will be confident runners, catchers, passers and most importantly learn to tackle for the first time. Gum shields are mandatory at this stage.

Panthers
During Year 6, self-reflection and providing feedback on their own and team performances. Skills will be more complex with wrist, spin, pop, and off-load passes, to kick a grubber, punt and cross-kick, as well as receive soft hands, targets, high and low ball. At this stage quickly adapting to changes in the game situation and maintaining the correct body position in a ruck and maul are essential.

Jaguars
During Year 5, the principles of the tackle should be mastered. They will be progressively competent with the core skills and be able to maintain a level of performance through being appropriately fit. They will be able to explain the Principles of Play and demonstrate: Go forward and support, Continuity and pressure, Support, Communication and Contest possession in a variety of game and practice situations.

Project Touchline

Led by two Licensed Lay Ministers
from the Diocese of Gloucester
in the Church of England.

Our Services

The highest standards of sports coaching

For when the One Great Scorer comes
To mark against your name,
He writes not that you won or lost,
But how you played the Game.

Key Stage One


Level 2 tier programme

Year 1 and 2

Our work is about sport
Our work is about values
Our work is about faith.

After School Clubs

We offer exclusive Roaring Rugby, Hockey and Cricket After School Clubs
at a number of counties in the South West.

Lower Key Stage Two


Level 3 tier programme

Pioneering work

We work with churches
We work with primary schools
We can build bridges between both...

Rugby Camps

Industry leading camps which are all about having fun, learning
core sports skills, teamwork and much, much more.

Upper Key Stage Two


Level 4 tier programme

Project Touchline

Led by UKCC Qualified Sports Coaches
Rugby Union
Gymnastics
Cricket
Hockey
Netball
Football
Dance

Project Touchline

We're pioneering new ways of teaching
sports and values through the Christian faith