Football Tournament @ Rossett

Sporting Influence ran a football tournament at Rossett High School on Wednesday morning. The weather conspired against us and unfortunately the tournament had to be moved inside. The three teams that attended, Bilton, Western & Rossett Acre, all played in fantastic spirit and ensured they showcased all their skill and talent in the correct manner.

The childrens behaviour was exemplary, really focusing on our 5 social skills. Respect between each and every child, determination on the faces of everyone and fantastic communication between players. It was great to see so many children developing through and enjoying competition.

Also, a big thank you to Rossett High School for allowing us use of their mini bus to collect Bilton and for making the tournament possible.


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Sporting Influence Activity Camps are a fun and safe environment for your children to learn and develop social skills during the school holidays. Our Camps are always inclusive and we love having a wide range of children from different backgrounds and children who enjoy a range of sports and activities.

Sporting Influence After School Clubs are a fun and exciting hour of games, sports and activities to engage children in disguised learning and exercise. Playing a wide range of games and sports (club dependant) the children will work on specific skills all underpinned by our five social skills.