Saracens is one of the top clubs in the game. They have recently announced their plan to set up a free school in Colindale.
They want to offer a good education to the upcoming talents. Saracens F.C. has acknowledged the acute shortage of secondary schools. They have submitted plans to open more free schools. They plan to make the schools functional by September 2017.
They have formed a trust to open the school. For the school, they are teaming up with the Ashmole Academy in Southgate. They plan to submit the application in March to the concerned department.
If their dream becomes a reality, it will be going to be very helpful for the local talent in Colindale area. They plan to offer six-class entry school. Who will be in charge of running the school? Well, it will involve lots of professionals from both the game and business who share a similar vision. They have an elaborate plan to make sure that the local talents get their due. They want to nurture the best talents they can.
What do the directors have to say about their venture? Well, they want to offer nothing but outstanding education for the kids. They want the children to do well personally and academically. The community director of the club has reiterated the fact that they have always tried to give something back to the community. It wasn’t just about the games and the club. It was also about building a strong community as well. And they continue to believe in their vision to give something back to the community as well.
And most importantly, the greatest gift you can give to someone young is excellent education. And they hope that they will be able to offer that to lots of kids out there if their dream turns into a reality. It is always about nurturing the local talent. The free schools get funding from central government. And the good thing is that local authorities can’t control them.
Three women from Saracens are named in the England international women’s rugby squad to play in the Rugby Europe Grand Prix Sevens Series.
This is very happy news for the Saracens rugby club and a moment to rejoice. The three women that will be taking part in the final leg of the Rugby Europe Grand Prix Sevens Series are Deborah Fleming, Lotte Clpaa and Lauren Cattell. These three women were newly contracted to the Saracens squad.
The Saracens women’s trio will be taking part in the senior sevens circuit along with the four Rio Olympians of the English squad. This is a great opportunity for the women to engage and indulge with the Rio Olympians and to improve their game. The England rugby players were part of two mixed Great Britain squads for the first round of the series that took place in Kazan in Russia. For the second leg, England will be playing as GB Lions and the Wales team will be coming out with a GB Royals squad.
The GB Lions have been drawn in the Pool C as they are seeded number three in the series. They will be having Belgium, Italy and Ireland in their pool and will have to meet each of these teams in the opening rounds. The coach of the GB Lions team, Simon Middleton, is happy with the team that he has got and is excited that a few new names have been included in the squad. All the players in the squad have been brought into the team through the age-grade rugby and will be benefited from taking part in the Sevens series.
The coach said that this would be the first tournament for the team as a separate squad and the experienced Rio Olympians will help and guide the new players to play the tournament and enjoy the experience.