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Taking respect classes into schools

28 November 2012

In association with Npower's Home Team Heroes programme, the RUCST are running P.E sessions in schools that have a focus on respect.

The Respect campaign may be coming to a school near you by February.

The RUCST is proud to announce that, in partnership with Npower’s Home Team Heroes programme, the Trust is able to deliver respect sessions within schools. In fact, Npower have delivered respect workshops to over 18,000 children.

The Trust’s very own tutors and coaches are looking to increase that number, by getting out there in the Rotherham community to show the younger generation the importance of respect, and are proud to spread Npower’s Home Team Heroes message.

The sessions will involve taking the idea of respect and putting it into a one hour P.E session format. The year 5/6 kids will learn about the importance of teamwork, citizenship, and understanding what respect means within sport and everyday life. But, of course, it will have its own RUCST P.E stamp on it.

If you would like to know about the RUCST’s respect project, contact James Cole on:

Phone: 01709 827767

Mobile: 07415 133698

Email: participation@rotherhamunited.net


For more information on the RUCST, go to: www.rucst.co.uk


To find out more about the Npower Home Team Heroes programme, visit: www.npower.com/hometeamheroes


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