Tom Wiggins, Ballymena RFC's Youth Development Officer, said: "The children took to the game really well, as the weeks went on their basic skills improved and they seemed to have a great fun experiencing rugby for the first time."
The sessions were very much based on fun and enjoyment whilst improving skills such as catching, passing and running.
Teacher Chris Murphy, who assisted Tom during the sessions, said: "We were delighted when Ballymena offered to include the school in the scheme.
"It has been great to offer the children new experiences and the opportunity to develop their physical skills in a different
As part of their drive to bring as many people as possible to the game, Ballymena RFC are presently providing free rugby tuition to a wide range of primary and post primary schools across the Borough.
Several new schools have and will be added to the programme and it is hoped that Tom will be coaching in every post-primary school in the area.
Club Chairman Ray Buchanan said: "Ballymena RFC is committed to developing rugby in the community and allowing as many children as possible the opportunity to experience the game and hopefully join their local club.
"We are very proud of our efforts to date and we look forward to continuing to strengthen our community ties in the weeks and months ahead."