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Adam Burns

Within a year of its release in 1857, Thomas Hughes’ novel Tom Brown’s School Days became one of the bestselling books in the United States. 1 Brown’s story is one of an athletic young boy who, through the challenges of life, studies, and sporting endeavor at Rugby School in Warwickshire

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Blake Bennett and Glenn Fyall

Historical Role of Rugby in Japan The model of moral education through sport promoted by Thomas Arnold, headmaster of Rugby School from 1828–1841, highlighted traits such as earnestness, selflessness and humility in the school boys of the rising English middle classes. Later, austere values, such as hardness

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Murray G. Phillips and Gary Osmond

emerged in the nineteenth-century British public school system, that the founding father of Australian football, Thomas Wentworth Wills, who attended Rugby School, and other figures sought to emulate when they drafted the rules for the new football code. In this version of the past, there is no indigenous

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Adam J. White, Stefan Robinson, Eric Anderson, Rachael Bullingham, Allyson Pollock, and Ryan Scoats

: key stages 3 and 4 . . Retrieved from ERFSU ( 2015 , October ). Proposal: Youth engagement: England rugby schools and the way forward