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At the NRL Learning with League Centre students will have the opportunity to participate in interactive and fun lessons with a focus that is individually tailored to your class, team or community group’s needs.

The NRL Community programs such as NRL Values or Tackle Bullying can be delivered or alternatively our trained teachers can plan in collaboration with you a curriculum linked session using Rugby League as the context for learning.

Teacher Aides and NRL Community Ambassadors are often used in the Learning Centre as role models for students.

Students will engage in these activities through the NRL values of Excellence, Inclusiveness, Courage and Teamwork.

Lesson aims are taught through critical thinking tasks, group work, interactive whiteboard tasks and mini challenges. Students will be encouraged to explore and develop their skills in decision making, comprehension, problem solving and communication.

The Rugby League Heroes and Legends Museum is also on site and can be included as part of your visit.
Logistics -

Where: Rugby League Central, Driver Ave, Moore Park. 2021

Who: Any class, school group, Junior Rugby League team or community youth group

Capacity: 1 – 2 classes (up to 60 students)

Duration: 10am – 2pm (flexible)

Cost: Free

Meeting Point: Buses to drop students off outside the Learning with League Centre, Driver Avenue.


If you would like more information or to book your school in to visit the Learning with League Centre, please email