Broncos to bring life lessons to students in regional schools:
THE Brisbane Broncos will trade boots for books when they head back to school in early February.
As part of their annual two-day regional tour hosted by Arrow Energy, the team will visit 12 schools across the Surat Basin on February 1–2, delivering leadership advice, reading tips and a coaching clinic for junior fans.
The tour will also include a leadership forum, held at the Dalby PCYC for selected students from Dalby State School, Dalby South State School, Dalby State High School and Dalby Christian College.
At the forum students will come together to hear from Broncos players talk about what it means to be a leader and discuss the commitment required to reach their full potential.
Arrow Energy community relations manager Peta Tucker said the tour group would visit students in Toowoomba, Warra, Kogan, Wandoan, Brigalow, Guluguba, Miles and Chinchilla.
“These school visits are a great opportunity for primary school kids to hear from their sporting heroes about the importance of reading and living healthy and active lifestyles,” Ms Tucker said.
The tour will finish with a free junior rugby league clinic on Thursday, February 2, at the University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba campus.
The clinic is free and open to children aged from 6–16 years.
Places are limited and registration is essential.
Children must have a parent or guardian’s permission to participate.
Registrations will close on Wednesday, February 1.
For more information and to register your son or daughter, visit the Arrow Energy website www.arrowenergy.com.au.
THEY’RE COMING BACK: The Broncos players visiting Warra State School during the 2016 Surat Basin school tour.