First tag rugby festival for Greneway School

16:33 09 April 2014

Greneway Tag Rugby

Greneway Tag Rugby


Greneway School hosted its first Tag Rugby Festival of 2014 for pupils from St Marys RC Primary, Icknield Walk and Studlands Rise First schools.

The event for Year 3 and 4 pupils was organised by Terry Graves, assistant headteacher at Greneway, and schools sports co-ordinator Rob Dowler as well as teachers and coaches from First School as part of the North East Herts School Sport Partnership. The festival was then managed by Greneway’s Year 8 Young Sports Leaders.

“The sight of 140 Year 3 and 4 students being expertly and enthusiastically led by 35 sports leaders warmed everyone who experienced it and demonstrated all of the Olympic and Paralympic values,” said Dowler.


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