The weekend saw the Leeds Rhinos Foundation host their Children's Day with 320 players from 26 clubs taking part in a 7s festival at Headingley Carnegie Stadium.
While York City Knights' engagement with the local community was in evidence with local kids getting the chance to play at Bootham Crescent, thanks to Sky Try.
On Monday, St Helens brought in yet more local schoolchildren from Rainford Priamry School as thy developed their Rugby League skills at the Totally Wicked Stadium
Tuesday saw Warrington Wolves head down to Culcheth Eagles where over 300 children from Years 3 and 4 enjoying a festival after six weeks of delivery during school time.
With the school year coming to an end today (Friday), Widnes reflected on a remarkable year which has seen 5,310 children from across Halton and Liverpool get a taste of Rugby League, many for the first time.
Over 100 Widnes Vikings player vists have also taken place across 60 schools - inspiring stars of the future!
Former Huddersfield Giants star Eor Crabtree was out and about during the week with the Giants Foundation as the academic year came to an end.
The Leeds Rhinos Foundation took Kallum Watkins and Brett Ferres down to Garforth Tigers for a star-studded evening on Wednesday
And Wigan Warriors helped Ashton Bears recruit 17 new players for their cubs team.
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Fellow championship side Featherstone Rovers were also busy this week, finishing off their six-week block of Rugby League delivery with a Festival on Thursday.
one of our players took part and he said the same. They really enjoyed it. Thank you— Sharlston R Juniors (@sharlston_r) 20 July 2017
Finally, Hull FC are helping make the 'big games bigger' - welcoming Holderness Vikings to their home game with Huddersfield Giants.