Rugby sessions make their mark

Pupils from both Buckhaven and Kirkland High Schools were recently selected to take part in a rugby-based programme.'The project was brought to Levenmouth by Wooden Spoon, the children's charity of rugby, and was one of only two areas in Scotland to receive this, the other being Port Glasgow.'Delivered by Scottish Rugby with support from rugby development officers, Active Schools Fife and Detached Youth Work services, pupils attended rugby sessions at the Savoy Centre, Methil, learning how to play the sport, building respect (for self, team mates, coaches) and a sense of team ethos.'By the end of term, all pupils in the programme took part in a trip to Murrayfield where they were given a tour of the national stadium as well as meet and train with Tim Visser and James King professional rugby players with Edinburgh Rugby. Some of the party were lucky enough to meet former Scotland star Gregor Townsend.
Pupils from both Buckhaven and Kirkland High Schools were recently selected to take part in a rugby-based programme.'The project was brought to Levenmouth by Wooden Spoon, the children's charity of rugby, and was one of only two areas in Scotland to receive this, the other being Port Glasgow.'Delivered by Scottish Rugby with support from rugby development officers, Active Schools Fife and Detached Youth Work services, pupils attended rugby sessions at the Savoy Centre, Methil, learning how to play the sport, building respect (for self, team mates, coaches) and a sense of team ethos.'By the end of term, all pupils in the programme took part in a trip to Murrayfield where they were given a tour of the national stadium as well as meet and train with Tim Visser and James King professional rugby players with Edinburgh Rugby. Some of the party were lucky enough to meet former Scotland star Gregor Townsend.
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Pupils from both Buckhaven and Kirkland high cchools were recently selected to take part in a rugby-based programme.

The project was brought to Levenmouth by Wooden Spoon, the children’s charity of rugby, and was one of only two areas in Scotland to receive this, the other being Port Glasgow.

Delivered by Scottish Rugby with support from rugby development officers, Active Schools Fife and Detached Youth Work services, pupils attended rugby sessions at the Savoy Centre, Methil, learning how to play the sport, building respect for themselves, team mates and coaches.

By the end of term, all pupils in the programme took part in a trip to Murrayfield where they were given a tour of the national stadium as well as meet and train with Tim Visser and James King professional rugby players with Edinburgh Rugby. Some of the party were lucky enough to meet former Scotland star Gregor Townsend.