About the Edenbridge Rugby Inclusion Programme   

By | November 30, 2017

Kent People’s Trust Kent Inclusion Programme is designed to help young people who are deemed ‘at risk’ of entering the Criminal Justice System. The programme is specifically aimed at young people who are involved in anti-social and crime behaviour, or how are marginalised from their social group. It  will consider those young people who agencies and partners believe would benefit and change the direction of their current behaviour. It is important to note that the programme will also consider those young people who have ‘risk factors’ such as siblings in prison as well as those living in poverty and would otherwise be unable to participate in this sport.


The programme is aimed at young people aged 11-16 years who will participate for a total of 12 weeks in the scheme. It is important to note that this programme is not a reward for bad behaviour and participating young people are expected to do so with enthusiasm and commitment.


If you know of anyone who would like to be referred onto this FREE rugby programme, please contact clerk@hever.org

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