The children were then asked to complete an activity diary for their week and return it in order to calculate a percentage of how they spent their time. The fun-based Tag Rugby sessions aimed to get the kids out of the classroom and onto the pitch, allowing them to become active and learn a few skill's on their way.
All of the schools that participated in the programme have been invited to attend a Tag Rugby Tournament at Bishop's College School on Saturday 30th June.
Community Rugby Coach Andy Adams said: "The programme has been a great success. Having the ability to involve young children in an active programme such as this is really rewarding, it is such a great way of getting the message across to the youth of today that a healthy life-style is very important."
For further information regarding the Wooden Spoon Programme please contact the community team on 01452 872286 or email email@example.com