Bethany Rugby shows its support for Wooden Spoon

Posted In Charity, Sport

On Friday 27th April, Year 13 pupils Freddie Porritt and Robert Miles represented Bethany School’s unbeaten 1st XV rugby team at an event hosted by rugby charity Wooden Spoon at the Nexus School in Tonbridge.

The charity was celebrating the opening of a new sensory room at Nexus School, which provides Special Needs education to over 200 pupils. Bethany School was invited to attend in recognition of the support provided to Wooden Spoon at our Sports Awards Dinner in March. The funds raised for Wooden Spoon help to change the lives of disabled and disadvantaged children and their families, and the School is delighted to have been part of Wooden Spoon’s important fundraising work this year.

Freddie and Robert attended the event with Mr Hughes, Head of Rugby at Bethany School. The opening ceremony was performed by Martin Corry (pictured, second from left), former Bristol, Leicester Tigers, England and British and Irish Lions player.