18th October 2017, 18:12 | sky_try
The Saints Community team were hard at work making memories for Carr Mill High School pupils on another Stadium Experience at the start of the month.
Meanwhile in Hull, Hull Kingston Rovers were busy delivering a full day of Rugby League to local kids.
Continuing progress for the youngsters at Chiltern Primary Academy, thanks to Hull FC.
Meanwhile, Wigan Warriors were named Super League Foundation of the Year at the Man of Steel Awards. Check out this short video to find out more:
And, at the Community Awards, James Stephenson from the Wakefield Trinity Foundation was handed the Sky Try Award:
In York, the City Knights' Foundation are working with a range of secondary schools to develop their Rugby League skills - the girls from Huntington School are making plenty of progress!
Working on agility at Christopher Pickering Primary in Hull...
At Parklands High School, a huge Sky Try tournament took place last week - delivered by the Wigan Warriors Community Foundation.
A huge thank you and well done to all players, teachers and local community coaches who all played there part in an excellent tournament 🏉👍🏉 pic.twitter.com/G30vwmFIJv— Warriors Foundation (@WiganWarriorsCF) October 10, 2017
Find out more about Bradford Bulls' work with Sky Try: https://twitter.com/BullsFoundation/status/918448837433483264
In Huddersfield.... plenty of new kids giving Rugby League a try on Monday night!
Finally, at Warrington, another big Sky Try festival - helping kids at school take up Rugby League outside education time with local community clubs.