Over the last few weeks the Saracens Sport Foundation have been working with a number of Special Educational Needs Schools; Amwell View School (Hertford) and Mapledown School (Cricklewood) to take part in fun, engaging sports sessions based at Allianz Park, looking at fundamental movement skills, core rugby skills and life skills.
Our vision is to create a disability sports hub at Allianz Park that will support our local community. The sessions will take place each and every Monday throughout the entire day, making Allianz Park on Mondays synonymous with disability sport.
Our flagship programme, ‘The Monday Club’ will see each participant receive their very own training top and earn a number of unique Saracens award badges based skill aquisition. There will also be an opportunity to achieve special award badges which will take the shape of the four core values that Saracens abide by: work rate, discipline, teamwork and humility.
The Saracens Sport Foundation will also support the families of the club’s participants by offering a form of respite, where parents and carers can use the state of the art hospitality areas for tailored fitness or relaxation sessions.
For more information about the Monday Club or if you would like to support the club as a volunteer, contact Owain Davies – 0203 675 7245 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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