Education through Rugby

Promoting the core values of Good Manners,

Respect, Teamwork & Fair Play

The UK's First Rugby Related Educational Programme Specifically Designed for 3-9 Year Olds


Sessions are based around a strong ethos of lots of fun and promoting RuggerEds' core values of Good Manners, Respect, Teamwork and Fairplay.

The games are high energy and designed to make the children work together to achieve common goals and the essence of teamwork. Delivered in a safe and structured rugby related play environment, by a team of qualified and experienced coaches.

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New Mini-RuggerEds Sessions!

October 17th, 2014

We’re launching a new session for children aged 2+ at St Thomas of Canterbury Church Hall every Thursday from November 6th!
We also run a session every Tuesday at CDYST sports hall in Crosspool!
Sessions work on a pay as you play basis of £5 and run from 9:30-10:15am. Arrive early for a free cup of tea or coffee.
For further information ring Joe George on 07853 257403 or email

Haunted Halloween Half Term Camp!

October 16th, 2014

We’re going all spooky this half-term holiday week!
RuggerEds are doing a haunted camp at High Storrs Secondary School on Wednesday 29th October!
Full day £25 (9am-4pm)
Half day £15 (9am-12pm)

Birthday Parties

  If you are interested in booking for your childs birthday party, you provide a suitable venue and we will provide a RuggerEds session of structured games and penalty kicks, also party invitations, stickers and certificates. Please contact Sandra at or telephone 07748 632182 for further details.

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Our Philosophy and Vision

  • A modern company with traditional values.
  • Our aim at RuggerEds is not only to improve the children's motor skills but to deliver in partnership with parents and schools confident, well mannered, independent young people.
  • To provide a safe, structured, fun, educational environment, where every child matters and every child is encouraged as an individual to unlock their full potential, ultimately creating "better people, better players"

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