Super Sibs Day – Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick
Last Saturday, the Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick celebrated the siblings of patients with a disability or chronic health condition with the annual “Super Sibs” event.
Roosters duo Aidan Guerra and Dylan Napa went along after training to join other special guests from the Merlin Entertainment’s WILDLIFE Sydney Zoo, and the Clown Doctors.
The Roosters stars joined in a number of different activities with the children including
Soccer, basketball and yoga
Collage and craft activities
Music and song production
The Roosters duo were a big hit amongst patients and their families and so were the Roosters giveaways they brought along for everyone.
The event is an important occasion for siblings and their families and is conducted annually at Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick.
The morning provides an opportunity for siblings to meet other children in similar situations in a fun and relaxed environment.
It also aims to raise awareness of the importance of supporting siblings and all family members when they care for a child with a disability and/or medical needs.
Anthony Minichiello teaches Year 2 children the basics of Rugby League and welcomes new Kindergarten kids to Bellevue Hill Public School
On Monday, club legend Anthony Minichiello joined the Roosters Game Development team at Bellevue Hill Public School for the NRL Fundamental Movement Skills program.
The program uses story based learning to assist young students to grasp the skills and concepts of Rugby League.
75 boys and girls in Year 2 were taught how to hold, carry, run through space and tag in an enjoyable and safe setting, and everyone went home with a Roosters ball and Anthony Minichiello autograph card.
The next day, Mini returned to the school to speak to the new parents and children starting Kindergarten next year about the importance of children keeping fit and healthy and the FREE Roosters programs on offer for schools including our wellbeing program, backyard league and Roosters Against Racism.