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Our 'Vision' was devised by our whole community and gives even more about our ambitions for our children. It can be found under the 'Our School' tab of the website. We operate an ‘Open Door Policy’, where parents are encouraged to become involved with the school and be an active partner in their child’s education. In addition to the National Curriculum, children are given diverse additional opportunities in music, art, sport and languages.
Ampthill women's rugby team working to feel less 'segregated' within clubWomen's rugby is one of the fastest growing sports in the UK. 40, 000 women and girls were registered as players across 400 clubs as of April this year. The Rugby Football Union (RFU) is reporting a huge 17 per cent year-on-year growth in participation in the women’s game. However, one major obstacle in the way of the women's game, particularly at grass roots level, is the lack of changing facilities for female players.
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Current changing facilities at the club are shared by all teams (Image: Ampthill and District Community Rugby Club) Maddie continued: "With female rugby and the sport in general going from strength to strength, we too as a club must grow with it. That's why it's so fantastic to see our community coming together to help raise funds for the new ARUFC Lionesses changing facilities. As we elevate our female players to higher levels, we elevate ourselves and Ampthill. We can only go up from here! " The club has successfully raised more than £20, 000 through a crowdfunder.
Club chairman, Alex Radley, has thanked contributors in a statement on the club's website. The latest statement said: "We’re delighted to announce that our crowdfunder to build Ladies & Girls Changing Facilities at Ampthill & District Community Rugby Club has been recognised by Sport England. " "This recognition would not have been possible without the members and supporters of the club who have already contributed towards the crowdfunder – I’d like to send a heartfelt thank you to each and every one of you! " For more information or to register interest in Ampthill and District Community Rugby Club go to their website. To find out more about the fundraiser or to donate, go to: https://www.
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Russell Lower School - HomeAt Russell Lower we are proud of our school, our pupils and all they achieve. We are a happy school that achieves extremely high standards. Above all, we believe that the children and their development are paramount. We are passionate about enhancing each child’s knowledge, skills and understanding to enable them to become more confident, successful, active and responsible.
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We encourage children to stay safe, to be healthy, to enjoy, to achieve and to make a positive contribution. We have four 'Russell Rights' which we all hold dear: The right to be safe, to learn, to be included and to be happy. These are reinforced and revisited through everything we do and by all members of our team. Our facilities include a full-size computing suite, interactive 'Clevertouch' boards in all classrooms, a well stocked (and used! ) library, three playgrounds, wildlife gardens and pond area, in addition to and extensive playing fields and grounds. Ofsted said of the school, ‘The warm and nurturing atmosphere and the sense that everyone is willing to go the extra mile to help pupils achieve are evident on setting foot in the school.
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It is that value that has made Ampthill Rugby Club a place where like minded people can meet teammates, make friends and truly become a part of the community. " In order to be able to provide the club's female teams with suitable changing and showering facilities, Ampthill Rugby Club sought out the support of the local community to help raise the money required. Central Bedfordshire Council is covering 60 per cent of the costs through the s106 Local Authority Grant Scheme, which the club successfully applied for in February 2022. They are aiming to complete the project, which would involve the reconfiguration of the current tractor shed to incorporate the ladies' and girls' changing rooms and showers in addition to offices and a gym, before the end of 2022.
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Local businesses, including a barber and an architect offered their services as incentives in return for donations, whilst club members were encouraged to donate as part of their membership for the 2022/23 season. The Maroon and Gold have successfully raised £20, 000 in less than a month, and have also been recognised by Sport England and have secured £6, 000 from the Places and Spaces fund, which aims to create a legacy from the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Bedford news as it happens - Bedford IndependentSunday, December 25, 2022 Sign in Welcome! Log into your account your username your password Password recovery Recover your password your email A password will be e-mailed to you. This week’s most popular stories Stories you may have missed CCTV captures person throwing items over the wall of HMP Bedford Bedfordshire Police has released a CCTV image of someone they believe may be able to help with their enquiries.
One Bedfordshire rugby club is now looking to create facilities specially dedicated to their expanding women's teams. Over the summer, Ampthill and District Community Rugby Club ran “ROAR – Introduction to Rugby Camp for Girls”, free sessions which were supported by coaches and elite players and the camp attracted over 100 girls to attend, further adding to their female playing cohort ahead of the new season across all age groups. READ MORE: Public told 'don't touch sick or dead birds' after spate of mystery bird deaths The ladies and girls currently arrange sessions at times when no male teams are training or playing, due to the lack of segregated changing and showering facilities and as a result, feel segregated in the club – in conflict with their 'Rugby for All' and 'One Club' ethos. Maddie Moore, 21, player coach for Ampthill Lionesses said: "Since I first stepped foot into Ampthill Rugby Club, watching my older brother play, it was instilled in me that rugby is based on one major thing, community.