https://rugbytots.hk/
 
 

Did you know?
Rugby Tots for kids

 

Rugbytots started in 2006, and since then we have grown beyond anything we could have imagined. 40,000 children in 17 countries across 6 continents are now part of the Rugbytots family, Hong Kong being the latest edition.

We’ve always worked hard to be innovative and push the boundaries of what an exceptional class should entail. We continually invest in kit and equipment that’s designed to our own specifications.  
We developed our ‘fun first’ programme to promote core rugby principles while meeting important learning objectives such as colour, number and body-part recognition; counting, socialising, following instructions and using imagination.
All of this combines to make Rugbytots a truly distinctive experience – and one that we are always aiming to make even better.

WHAT TO EXPECT?!

Our fun, structured play sessions take children on a journey of sporting imagination with engaging and energetic coaches supporting them every step of the way whilst teaching how to catch, pass, kick, run with the ball and play as part of a team.
Be prepared to run across the jungle, wade through the quick sand or sprint through Rugbytots Valley avoiding all the smoking boulders. Get ready to protect your egg, launch a missile or attack the pirates and seize the ship, all this of course, whilst trying to avoid the evil side lines!

Rugbytots were featured by the South China Morning Post recently, here are some quotes from the Directors; Ben Cullen and Bryan Rennie.

“It’s by no means us only trying to teach rugby, it’s get out there, be outside, be active and be healthy, it just happens to be with a rugby ball. Before this, I’d never coached kids as young as two but you see them listening to instructions, staying calm and associating different colours and I think in those fundamentals the parents really enjoy seeing the improvement.” - Bryan Rennie

“Schools are interested because it is an introduction to rugby, we’re not actually playing rugby matches. Everything is a story and a game to bring their imagination to life. Each child has a ball, so they improve at a similar rate, rather than having one or two children who are good on a 10-man team.” - Ben Cullen

http://www.scmp.com/sport/rugby/community/article/2077700/rugby-pulling-its-weight-hong-kong-slowly-surely-wakes-role

We have weekly classes and are also hosting Easter rugby camps at Victoria Park & King's park. Please email info@rugbytots.hk for more information.