Wow! Every picture tells a story and just look at some of the amazing images from the Inclusion Festival held by Dragons Community at Principality Stadium.
Over 400 schoolchildren - who normally take part in the Tony Brown Gateway Rugby project run by Dragons Community - got the opportunity to play at the national stadium on Friday afternoon.
Pupils from Years 5 and 6 from across our region took centre stage in the capital as part of an annual tag festival run by the Dragons Community team.
The Tony Brown Gateway Rugby project see Dragons Community staff visit primary schools every fortnight, building a rapport with the schools, staff and pupils to make maximum impact.
The team deliver a number of generic sporting skills, team building activities and small sided games during hour-long sessions.
The aim is for the pupils to become more skilful, learn important life skills through sport and ultimately enjoy the experience whilst looking after their health and wellbeing.
We are currently working with Primary schools from all around the region with huge success - and would always welcome more schools into our #GatewayRugbyFamily to enjoy the many inspiring opportunities.
For more information on the Tony Brown Gateway Rugby project at Dragons click HERE or email email@example.com