Rugby

Day

Time

Venue

Teachers-in-charge

Email

School team

Wednesdays

 

2.30 pm to 4.30 pm

School Field

Mr Jeremy Lim (i/c)

Mrs Vijay

Mdm Shannon Pang

Mr Loh Hao Jie

Mrs Sophie Chen-Wang

Mr Ng Chong Gee

Mr Mohammad Zahid Rohmat

 

lim_wei_peng_jeremy@moe.edu.sg

vijayalakshmi_vijayan@moe.edu.sg

pang_teng_yen@moe.edu.sg

loh_hao_jie@moe.edu.sg

wang_peipei_sophie@moe.edu.sg

Ng_Chong_Gee@moe.edu.sg

mohammad_zahid_rohmat@moe.edu.sg

School team

&

Tag Rugby

Fridays



















Tag Rugby is a non-contact team game in which each player wears a belt with two Velcro tags attached to it. Attacking players attempt to dodge, evade and pass a rugby ball to score while defenders attempt to prevent scoring by “tagging” - pulling the Velcro tag of the ball carrier. It is a great platform to prepare players for contact rugby. 

 

Contact Rugby is a team sport and pupils who excel at Tag Rugby will be invited to train with the contact team. While rugby shares many similar skills of tag rugby, players will need to learn many new physical skills. Safety is a key priority, so our coach and dedicated team of teachers put in every effort to make learning safe and fun.

 

Throughout the year, the various teams take part in external carnivals, friendlies and the National Inter-Primary School Championship.

 

In Rugby, students will learn how to communicate effectively, work cooperatively and make responsible decisions. Rugby places as much importance on sportsmanship as on winning. It is a sport with values that develop players within a social and moral context: 

 

Respect for the rules, team mates, opponents, match officials and those involved in the game

Responsibility for their own and team mates’ safety

Resilience for working towards their goals

Integrity through honesty and fair play

Care for their team mates

Harmony through a unifying spirit that leads to lifelong friendships, teamwork and loyalty


Rugby Practice - 01

      

Rugby Match - 01

 

Rugby Members