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Roosters Respect Program

The Sydney Roosters Respect program aims to provide an interactive learning experience that empowers young people on the values that make a successful team, group, or community. The program promotes the importance of cultural diversity, respectful behaviours and fair treatment of all people regardless of their culture, race or religious background. The Roosters Respect assembly celebrates Australia as a multicultural society. The program focuses on two main values that promote a respectful and successful team; belonging and celebrating differences.

Little Chooks Get Healthy!

The Sydney Roosters Wellbeing program aims to harness the popularity of the Sydney Roosters' players to empower and educate students to value wellbeing in their own lives. The program aims to educate students on the importance of living a healthy lifestyle with a focus on the importance of sleep, hydration, healthy eating and exercise. Aimed at engaging students, the activities are action orientated and include themes from the world of Rugby League.

Tackle Bullying Program

The Sydney Roosters Tackle Bullying program aims to empower students to stand up for themselves and others who are being bullied. The program aims to prepare students with the tools to stand up for themselves by using the 'Tackle Bullying Hand' that features five key strategies to assist students being bullied including Stand Strong, Stay Calm, Respond Confidently, Walk Away and Report.

Roosters Leadership and Mentoring

The Sydney Roosters Leadership and Mentoring program aims to harness the NRL's popularity to empower and educate students about the importance of having a dream and how to work towards their goals. Led by Sydney Roosters Ambassador Anthony Minichiello and the Roosters Community Department, the program is designed to inspire high school students to define their ambitions and career goals and create the steps to achieve them.


Delivered by KARI and supported by the Sydney Roosters, this program is a Respectful Relationships Education Program that focuses on the development of respectful relationships for 11-14 year olds. Developed by NAPCAN, there are 3 programs on offer under LOVE BiTES Junior including #friends (Year 7), Respectful Relationships, Bullying and Gender (Year 8) and Relationships, Love and Control (Year 9).


Delivered by KARI and supported by the Sydney Roosters, LOVE BiTES is a Respectful Relationships Education Program for young people aged 15-17 years. Developed by NAPCAN, the program consists of two interactive workshops: one on Relationship Violence, and one on Sex and Relationships, followed by creative workshops and community campaigns. LOVE BiTES is a flexible model with options to use a full day or multi session delivery approach. The program emphasises the importance of a whole-of-school commitment to respectful relationship education.

Please contact the Sydney Roosters Community Department on for further information