Bronte Public Fete
Sunday 18 August
The Sydney Roosters took a trip out to Bronte Public School to support their 2013 school Fair. Attendees were able to participate in the pass the ball challenge, with great giveaways, as well as meet the club Mascot Rocky the Rooster. The fair held annually is a chance for students, teachers, parents and the wider Bronte community to get together and raise funds for the school
Sydney Roosters and Enough is Enough Darlinghurst Primary School
Monday 19th August
Sydney Roosters have been delivering their Anti Bullying programme with Enough is Enough presenters to local Eastern Suburb schools over the past two terms. The Sydney Roosters and enough is enough visited Darlinghurst Public School for their second enough is enough bully session aimed at years 3- 6 which included a visit from Roosters legend Brad Fittler who talked about his experiences with bullying and how he dealt with being bullied as a child. During this session we revisited the key lessons around bullying whilst using fun instruments such as face cards to demonstrate the different moods and feelings both the bully and the victim can experience . The Roosters brought giveaways for the kids and everyone went home with a team poster
Sydney Roosters and Enough is Enough - Kesser Torah Senior School
Wednesday 21st August
Kesser Torah Senior Boys School are the most recent senior school to benefit from our anti bullying programme. The programme, delivered in two sessions, covers
Forms of Bullying
What is bullying
Kesser Torah Pupils from years 7 10 received the first session of the award winning presentation delivered by enough is enough and are set to receive the second session on Wednesday 11th September which includes a visit from Roosters legend Brad Fittler
NRL Anti Bullying Kesser Torah Junior
Wednesday 28th August
On Wednesday Sydney Roosters players, Kane Evans and Tautau Moga took time out of their training schedules to drop in on Kesser Torah Junior School to take part in the Sydney Roosters and NRL anti bullying programme to a group of 30 year three and four female students.
The anti bullying assembly opened with a short dvd followed by an open discussion around the what is bullying, different forms of bullying, strategies to assist the victim and the role of onlookers.
Alexander Mecham, NRL Game Day Development Officer also talked about character strengths and asked the Roosters rising stars Kane Evans and Tautau Moga to tell the audience something nice about each other
The Roosters stars spoke to the group about their personal experiences around bulling and assisted Alexandra, NRL game day officer with role plays to demonstrate actions of the bully, victim and onlookers . All the children went home with team posters, roosters folders and tickets for the Roosters Final home game.