Rotary clubs will work with schools to help RotaKids get the most fun and enjoyment from whatever they are working on. The school will benefit from motivated youngsters who are eager to use their Maths and English skills to help others, whilst having a great time in the process.
RotaKids will also learn about the importance of citizenship and respecting others, as well as themselves.
RotaKids could work on an environmental project by cleaning up a park or planting trees. They could help raise funds for a local cause by doing a sponsored event or even putting on a show. All it takes is an idea and lots of enthusiasm.
At the end of the project, RotaKids could get a special badge, certificate or even a t-shirt.
more The Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) is one of the most successful Rotary programmes run by Rotary clubs around the world.
more On February 23rd the District Team handed over a cheque to support the U15 team to compete in an International SEN tag Rugby tournament in Belfast.
more Two wonderful days superbly organised by Wylde Green. The District Governor presented Jo, the Tesco Community Champion, with a certificate of appreciation for the wonderful support
more Helping youth in our District.
more Creative writing is a talent to be celebrated and to be able to write is a special gift.
more Are you ready to get yourself heard with the RIBI Youth Speaks competition?
more The Young Persons Innovation and Design Competition allows those students creating innovative projects for their GSCE or A levels to compete and win national recognition for their work.
more Young MusicianMusic is an international language and these islands are home to some of the most talented young instrumentalists and vocalists in the world.
more Rotary International in Great Britain & Ireland believes it is highly important to encourage and develop creativity in young people, and this includes creativity in the kitchen.
more A programme where individual Rotarians and others provide a short interview experience for young people in schools, typically in Year 10 (4thYear) age 14‐15.
more Established in 1968, Rotaract is a global network of young people who are changing the world with clubs in over 160 countries worldwide. Rotaract is a structured programme of Rotary International for young professionals and students, aged 18 to 30, who ar
more Interact is a service and social club for young people aged 11 to 19 - based on the model of a Rotary club.