October Holiday Activity

This October we are supporting Angus Council with their ASN activity as part of the Get Into Summer funding made available by the Scottish Government.  We are delivering the following sessions:

Autism-Friendly Rugby 5 Day Camp

Our award winning Autism-Friendly Rugby sessions are being delivered for 5 days from the 4th – 8th October.  The sessions are open to all children in P1-P7 with or undergoing an Autism diagnosis or sensory processing difficulties, plus their siblings.  Siblings must also be of primary school age but do not have to have an Autism diagnosis.

The sessions will run indoors at Brechin Community Campus from 10.45am – 11.45am.  The sessions are free to attend.

We have a limited number of places available so are asking people to complete an expression of interest form.  If you are interested in taking part, please complete the expression of interest form here.

What is Autism-Friendly Rugby and what do we do to make the sessions Autism-Friendly?  Click here for more information.


Youth Unified Rugby

Our new Youth Unified Rugby sessions provide an opportunity for secondary aged pupils with additional support needs (ASN) to get involved in the team sport of rugby.  Players with ASN play with their peers who act as enablers at the session, creating a fully inclusive, youth rugby environment.

The sessions will start on Wednesday 6th October, and will then continue every Wednesday until December 2021.  They will take place at Forfar Community Campus from 4.30pm – 5.30pm.  They are open to all young people of secondary school age (S1 – Under 18) who are able to walk unaided.  The sessions are free to attend.

If you would like to register for our Youth Unified Rugby sessions, please complete the registration form.  We use this form for all our programmes so once you have completed the generic information (name, address etc), please only complete the sections for Youth Unified rugby.  If you would like more information about the sessions please contact

What is Youth Unified Rugby? Click here for more information.