Fun indoor rugby activity sessions for 2 to 6 year olds
  • Indoor Rugby activity sessions for Children aged 2-6 years!
  • The sessions are lively, full of learning experiences but above all GREAT FUN!!!
  • 45 minute sessions combine core rugby and movement skills along with developing your child’s physical literacy.
  • Parents are positively encouraged to engage in the technical side of their child’s skill development.
  • Exclusive Rugby Kit with every Membership!
  • Developed & run by Pete Healey Sports
  • All coaching teams are DBS checked.

Rugby Tykes run children’s activities in the Tewkesbury and Cheltenham areas !
We also work in many local schools and nurseries delivering games and skill based activities in line with national curriculum.

Please check venues page and contact us with you preferred choices.



pat-sanderson-sky-punditRugby Tykes are pleased to have Pat Sanderson’s endorsement.
Pat and Rugby Tykes share the same values of fun, active sports for children in a safe disciplined enviroment.
Developing their social and rugby skills .




Are you or someone you know, interested in having Rugby Tykes in your school or nursery?

We can offer rugby based or multi skills sessions specialising in early years children,

We relish the challenge of developing the youngster’s skills,

For an informal chat to find out more, please feel free to contact us

Pete Healey Sports will be always keen to speak with you about coming in to share  #rugbyfun.


 All Classes run throughout the academic year, during school term times

We are currently run sessions on a Friday and Sunday and our coaches work in schools Monday to Thursday’s delivering rugby and PE sessions to our fully developed plans.


Come and join in the #rugbyfun


Pete Healey Sports

Pat Sanderson

“It’s fantastic as a parent to see the children learning and developing so quickly. Rugby Tykes provides a great, fun way to learn.”

To find out more about Pat Sanderson click here

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