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  • How much does a session cost?
    Each 360 Rugby session lasts an hour and costs £10 per person. This is paid online via our bookings page. Our minis 360 Rugby session lasts 1/2 an hour and is charged at £5 per person. Please follow the link above to book. If you would like to book a full term with us you can use the code "Save10" to get 10% discount.
  • Can I book my child in for a block of sessions?
    Yes, of course you can. Each 360 Rugby session is a stand alone session and can be booked on a week by week basis (subject to availability) but by booking a "course" of sessions, you ensure your child has reserved one of our limited spaces for the duration of the term. Tip: Use the code "Save10" for 10% discount on our first term!
  • Does 360 Rugby run a summer camp?
    Yes, 360 Rugby Summer Camp 2.0 is returning to Eastbourne RFC in 2023! The dates are 8,9,10th of August - 9am- 2pm. You can book your slot by clicking here:
  • What do I need to bring with me?
    Although our sessions are held at Eastbourne Rugby Club, we do not have access to inside the clubhouse. For this reason, we ask that you wear your kit (which is what ever clothing feels comfortable for you to move in plus extra layers if the weather is cold) a full drinks bottle, a gum shield and appropriate footwear. Any additional items will be stored pitch side at your own risk.
  • Do I need to wear rugby studs and a gum sheild?
    Yes, you can wear studs but it is not compulsory. Please ensure that the studs on your boots are compliant with Rugby Safe Guidelines (Page 9). Alternatively, moulded boots or comfortable trainers are also suitable. With regards to gum shields, yes, you must wear one. You can find the latest RFU guidance within the Rugby Safe document above too! (Page 14) For our minis (4-5 year olds) no, they do not require studs or a gum shield.
  • Do I have to wear 360 Rugby kit?
    Of course not! We have kit available to purchase on our online store if you would like to support us in that way, but it is not compulsory at all.
  • Can I stay and watch the session?
    Yes, you are welcome to stay and watch the session if you would like to although you don't have to at all. You can just drop off and collect if you'd like to. We will be covering a lot of the pitch, so all we ask is that you give us plenty of room. There is parking alongside the pitches so that if you wanted to stay nearby you would likely be able to watch from your car too.
  • Are there toilets available?
    As we won't be using the clubhouse, no not at the club however, there is public toilets in the café close by.
  • Where can I park?
    Eastbourne Rugby Football Club has limited parking but there is free roadside parking available outside of the club and up Park Avenue.
  • How long does a 360 Rugby session last?
    Each 360 Rugby session runs for 1 hour, allowing time at the beginning and end for collection and drop off.
  • Is there first aid present at every session?
    Yes, there is first aid present at every 360 Rugby session. Both coaches Joe and Tommy are fully first aid trained having just completed an "Emergency First Aid in Rugby Union" course April 2022. This encompasses all aspects of first aid from minor cuts and bruises through to concussion. We will have a sheltered designated first aid area available at all times and any accidents/incidents will be documented for your records and ours.
  • Will there be photographs taken of my child?
    During our sessions, there may be occasional photographs taken by the coaches and 360 Rugby team for social media usage etc. If you are unhappy with this, we will try to ensure that your child is not in the foreground of any imagery taken and if they are captured, their face is blurred so they are indistinguishable.
  • How do you keep my child safe whilst in your care?
    Both Joe and Tommy are qualified and experienced rugby coaches with some 18 years between them. Both coaches are fully first aid trained, enhanced DBS checked and fully qualified multi-discipline sports coaches, both of whom are also School Teachers. Child safety is the most important thing to us and we pride ourselves on our caring and gentle nature.
  • How will I know if my child is improving?
    Throughout each 360 Rugby session, we hope that your child shows an increase in understanding and skill acquisition however, progress is measured individually for all. We welcome questions from both yourself as parents and your child directly. Our coaches would be more than happy to give feedback or ideas for next steps, so feel free to ask at any point.
  • Does the strength and conditioning training involve weights?
    No. Throughout each 360 Rugby session, the strength and conditioning element is woven into the fabric of the session. All exercises are body weight based and will not include the use of additional weights.
  • What is the 360 Rugby approach?
    The 360 Rugby approach is our unique programme that aims to coach young athletes who are interested in any sport (not just rugby) to use a range of transferable skills from one sport to another in ways that improve their wellbeing and athletic ability. We hope to educate young sportspeople through the core values of rugby; teamwork, respect, enjoyment, discipline and sportsmanship. By having a player-centric approach we hope to create a space where our young sportspeople can learn and develop in a way that is responsive to their needs and allows them to find their own rhythm in their personal sporting development. Simply put, 360 Rugby develops athletes through rugby.
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