The NRL offer a range of classroom resources for Teachers to implement into their classroom activities. Please see below a number of classroom resources for Teachers:
The National Rugby League, through the One Community Program, has introduced a series of Rugby League Reads initiatives to highlight the importance of reading. Our Rugby League Reads program, is engaging primary students in reading and breaking down stereotypes that sport stars, especially Rugby League players, do not need or like to read.
Rugby League’s One Community, in collaboration with the University of Technology Sydney’s Australian Centre for Child and Youth, produced an education resource called ‘Dream, Believe, Achieve’. The program is a teaching resource suitable for the high school curriculum in Personal Development and Health.
Eat Well, Play Well, Stay Well was developed to engage and encourage primary school aged students to build healthy lifestyles and make positive choices. Teachers can create many fun lessons straight from the Teacher Resource which are all mapped to suit the Personal Development, Health and Physical Education syllabus. All the activities are action orientated and contain rugby league themes.
At the Learning with League Centre, students will have the opportunity to participate in activities with a focus on Literacy, Personal Development and Health and PBL. Students will engage in these activities to coincide with general positive characteristics of Rugby League including teamwork, support, encouragement, healthy lifestyles and determination.
NRL’s One Community has developed a powerful new ‘Tackle Bullying’ DVD which aims to empower students to stand up for themselves and others who are being bullied. The DVD features NRL Legends Andrew Ryan, Nathan Hindmarsh, Hazem El Masri and Mario Fenech who all inspire students to take action.