A sense of belonging through rugby


Bourke Public School students Percy Johnson, Eddie Orcher, Jazeik Orcher, Jahleon Smith and Malcolm Johnson with Grace Macintyre, Occupational Therapist with Outback Division, at a Sense Rugby session last week. PHOTO TWH

A new Rugby program is being trialed in Bourke to help kids who find it difficult to join in with team sports.

Sense Rugby is a rugby-based occupational therapy program that runs at each of the primary schools in Bourke for an hour and a half each week.

Through Sense Rugby, many of our local kids are now developing a love for sport and are reaping the benefits it brings to their lives.

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