Senior PE resources

Resources for the classroom
 
Use a variety of Rugby-themed senior school (physical education, sport and recreation) resources as stimulus material to educate senior students about the game of Rugby through the following themes;
  • Fitness Testing (includes fitness test results from National players)
  • Games Analysis (e.g. Analyse part of a Qantas Wallabies Test Match)
  • Sport Training (listen to Qantas Wallabies players discuss their training programs)
  • Roles within a Coaching Team (investigate roles and responsibilities) COMING SOON
  
Complement the use of these senior resources with the on-field teaching of Rugby. For a variety of drills and activities suitable for students of all ages, visit the Australian Rugby Union's online coaching centre.
 
Sports Media Opportunties
Throughout the year EdRugby offers opportunities for students to expereince the role of a Sports Reporter at an International Rugby Match. Contact EdRugby for details
 
Ideal for those students interested in a career in Rugby, these Rugby-themed VET certificate courses are, approved by Skill Service Australia, to include in your senior physical education or sport and recreation subjects. 
 
 
Feedback
EdRugby would like to get your feedback on these resources, as well as any ideas for future content development.
Phone: (02) 8005 5595
Fax: (02) 8005 5681

 

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