Premiership Rugby Home PE
PREMIERSHIP RUGBY has launched an innovative and engaging platform to help parents with home-schooling.
As households across the country continue home-schooling, Premiership Rugby is launching twice-weekly online lessons to support parents and teachers in keeping children engaged with learning. Designed and delivered by Premiership Rugby Champions teachers, the live lessons will use rugby to inspire KS2 primary children to learn mathematics and PHSE. Themed Tackling Numeracy and Tackling Health.
Wayne Morris, Premiership Rugby Community and CSR Director:
“We understand the pressure on parents to keep children engaged in learning during this latest lockdown, and we want to help – which is why we are launching these online lessons. Home-schooling can be a struggle and we hope that these new online lessons will help parents engage, educate and entertain their children whilst at home...."
Based around sport, the lessons are designed to bring learning to life in a short, fun and interactive way, engaging primary school-age children in both numeracy and health and well-being during this current school term. With the decline in physical activity levels as well as learning in core subjects amongst young children being widely reported, lessons are designed to hopefully help reduce the impact further by making learning engaging and fun for both parents and children alike.
Premiership Rugby Champions Learn with Us lessons will be streamed live, every Wednesday and Friday at 10am, continuing on Wednesday 27 January. These can be seen live or on demand at:
Here is a sample video: