Code struggling to break into schools
Wednesday, November 6, 2013
The list of pursuits available to college kids these days is practically endless.
Depending on their predilection, students can take up badminton, bowls, basketball, chess, canoe polo, clay target shooting, cricket, cross-country, cycling, fencing, football, golf, hockey, kayaking, moto cross, mountain biking, multisport, rowing, rugby union, sailing, snow sports, squash, surfing, swimming, table tennis, tennis, touch, track and field, underwater hockey, volleyball, waka ama, water polo, white-water kayaking and yachting.
If none of those take their fancy, there is always Christian fellowship, debating, drama, jiu jitsu, outdoor pursuits, orienteering, photography or tramping.
Still not satisfied? How about a trip to the States with a future problem-solving team or classes in visual arts, product technology, engineering and auto trades, wood-related trades, well-being, life skills, Japanese, Spanish or te reo?
Yep, kids at school these days can do almost anything.
Except, that is, to play rugby league.
CLICK HERE to read the full story on the Bay of Plenty Times
Share this article to: