The coaches are responsible for the care and good discipline of participants while they are at the RUGBY BRICKS RUGBY CAMP (and not under the supervision of a Parent or Guardian). It is a condition of remaining on the Camp that the Parent/Caregivers and the participant accept the Camp regime, the maintenance of good order, discipline and courtesy towards the coaches and fellow attendees. Should a participant be removed from the Camp because of unacceptable behaviour or significant breach of good conduct, the Parent/Caregiver accept/s that no refund will be made.


The Parent/Caregiver accept/s that no claim may be made against Rugby Bricks Ltd, or any coach, for injury or loss, unless this specially results from an act of omission or negligence on the part of the RUGBY BRICKS CAMP or the Coaching staff.


Mouth guards are compulsory for all rugby sessions. Use of items such as head/shoulder protection is at the discretion of parents and must be in accordance with the sport’s rules. ​ By sending my child to a Rugby Bricks Camp I, acknowledge that the player is in good standing with the membership and the medical examination for the current rugby season. We accept no liability on the part of RUGBY BRICKS CAMP/CLINIC about the physical safety of participants and staff, before, during and after the camp. I, authorise RUGBY BRICKS CAMP to film and photograph participants throughout the duration of the camp and allow them to use these images for their social media and website.


What content will be covered at the Rugby Bricks Sessions?

The Rugby Bricks sessions will cover the basic fundamentals required for passing and kicking. Participants will take away from the session new drills, ideas and know how to develop these areas further. Included throughout the session will be games incorporating these skills.

Can my child book into two sessions?

Absolutely - #outwork and #outlearn!

Is my child the right age?

Our camps are designed for High School students in 2023 (Y9 – 13). All attendees will be grouped by age and ability.

If the weather is bad, will the camp be postponed or cancelled?

Rain or Shine, there will be no cancellations.

What is your refund policy?

Participants who cancel more than six weeks before the camp start date will receive a 50% refund of the camp fee. Refunds are not payable to participants who cancel less than six weeks from the course start date – however cases will be reviewed in extreme circumstances. Should the camp not go ahead and be cancelled by the organisation, due to unprecedented circumstances, then all participants will be refunded the monies paid within 30 days of the cancelled event.