Wooden Spoon Yorkshire opens new Multi-Use Games Area
Wooden Spoon Yorkshire opened their most recent project, a new Multi-Use Games Area (MUGA) for St Stephen’s Primary School in Bradford West Yorkshire.
Welcomed by Acting Head Teacher, Denise Whitehouse, and staff, the project was officially opened by Robbie Hunter-Paul, CEO of the Bradford Bulls. Robbie has been an ongoing supporter of Wooden Spoon, and brought with him two trainers – Nigel Johnston and Christian Pattinson – equipped with rugby balls for all the children to try the sport.
The trainers took pupils through the basics of ball control and played several variations of touch rugby. Thanks goes to all those who helped raise £6,875 for this project providing an excellent new games area.
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