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We aim to inspire young people to follow their dreams by promoting the importance of study, education and working hard to achieve their goals. We understand this is important from the classroom to the locker room.

Our Learn programs include:

NRL School to Work

The NRL School to Work Program is an education and employment program that uses the positive profile of Rugby League as a platform to support and encourage young Indigenous Australians to stay at school, find employment and be a legend for themselves, their families and their communities.

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Rugby League Reads

Rugby League Reads is a suite of literacy publications and teacher resources for primary school students, which aim to inspire students to read by capitalising on their interest in Rugby League.

Publications include a bi-annual magazine, home readers, a biography series and a collection of short stories – all of which are available online with accompanying teacher resources.

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Dream Believe Achieve

Based on the NRL's values of Courage and Excellence, Dream Believe Achieve is comprised of an educational short film featuring 18 of the Game's elite players as well as an accompanying lesson plan.

The aim of the Dream, Believe, Achieve program is to harness the NRL's popularity to empower and educate students about the importance of having a dream, how to work towards their goals and aspirations and understanding how self-belief and resilience contribute to maintaining mental wellness.

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NRL Learning Centre

At the NRL Learning with League Centre students will have the opportunity to participate in interactive and fun lessons with a focus that is individually tailored to your class, team or community group's needs.

Programs such as Tackle Bullying or Dream Believe Achieve can be delivered or alternatively our trained teachers can plan in collaboration with you a curriculum linked session using Rugby League as the context for learning. Teacher Aides and NRL Ambassadors are often used in the Learning Centre as role models for students.

NRL Video Conferences

The NRL are successfully hosting video conferences live from Rugby League Central and other exciting venues. These fun and interactive conferences are led by an experienced teacher who is accompanied by an NRL Ambassador or player.

For more information about participating in video conferencing with the NRL please contact the Leaning with League Manager on