Teamwork, Respect, Enjoyment, Discipline and Sportsmanship.
Values incorporates the core values of Northampton Saints Foundation and the sport of rugby throughout both classroom-based and practical multi-sport sessions.
The programme offers a holistic approach to promote wellbeing – aiming to build character in its participants, improve their interaction and communication skills, and to encourage positive self and social behaviours.
Our sessions encourage interaction, understanding and personal development, with pupils discussing and developing their knowledge of the core values and how they are applied in and support real-life situations.
Our Values delivery is not a ‘one size fits all’ approach. We deliver adaptable and bespoke programmes to suit your learners’ specific needs – sessions could run across the course of a six-week term or for the whole academic year.
We also encourage the inclusion of your school’s own values within our delivery to encourage your own approach.
Values can either be delivered at your school, comprising of a sports-based practical session, or at our Values delivery partner – Boost Trampoline Park. Sessions at Boost will incorporate our classroom-based theory session with a hour’s practical which includes access to the park.
Please contact Liam Welch at [email protected] to learn more, or to book your programme today.
“We engaged with Saints Foundation to work with our most vulnerable young people attending the Coventry Extended Learning Centre. The Foundation’s staff have been professional, inspiring, understanding, innovative and supportive in their approach to re-engagement of our young people into investing in their futures. There has been a real ‘buzz’ from some of our most vulnerable and disengaged pupils. The team have a real passion for their work, and clear understanding of how some pupils find themselves outside of the mainstream setting. They also understand this is not the end of their education but a new beginning for their futures – no-one in the setting is left out, everyone counts.”Sarah Mills, Coventry City Council