Students at King’s Lynn Academy attended a workshop to design rugby shirts which will be worn by the school team.
At the event at Shelford RFC in Cambridgeshire they learnt about the heritage and values of a rugby shirt, before being given a rare opportunity to create their own unique shirt design to be proudly worn by their school rugby union team.
The workshops are part of All Schools, an initiative launched in 2012 which aims to help more secondary state school children play rugby. The pupils were given a free hand to design the shirt they wanted their school rugby team to be competing in. They were encouraged to think about the colours, what their shirt meant to them, any mottos and values, and the pride they’d feel wearing their own design.
The school will be presented with 20 their shirts in the New Year.
Pictured from left are students Zac Leggett, Sam Hildon, Robert Dickens and Sam Ridgewell.