20 Sep 2020
2 day camp at Osborne School in Winchester
On Thursday 20th and Friday 21st London Irish Foundation delivered a 2 day rugby camp for children aged 14-18 with a learning difficulty or disability.
The 2 day camp based at Osborne School in Winchester was an opportunity for the young people to take part in fun invasion games whilst learning key aspects that will further develop their physical movement skills.
The skill development games all focus on different elements within rugby, however this is all through non-contact and tag games. Throughout the camp, the young people had an opportunity to meet the club mascot Digger as well as take part in the inflatable challenge to test their passing and kicking skills.
All the participants received a T-Shirt at the camp which showed the partnership with Studio Republic the local Winchester company.
Andy Keast London Irish Foundation Chief Executive said, “Once again we saw youngsters really enjoying the camp at Osborne school with fun, smiles and lots of laughter all at the forefront of most activities.
I would also sincerely like to thank Studio Republic for their support and commitment with our Foundation.
Studio Republic work with sports brands and charities helping to create a positive change through an authentic approach to marketing and communications”
Sign up and keep up to date
We would like to keep you updated about the Foundation.
We always keep your details safe and we never pass them on to other organisations. You can change your preferences at any time by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 01932 750 100.