The New Zealand Rugby Union has announced they have no plans follow advice by British doctors remove contact rugby from schools.
A group of 70 doctors in the UK has written to the British government asking it to take tackles and scrums out of school rugby.
The doctors said schools were putting them at risk of concussion and other serious injuries if they played contact rugby.
New Zealand Rugby Union already work alongside ACC to ensure children were safe when they play rugby.
Children played rugby in grades according to their age and weight and are taught the correct techniques as they progressed.
About 123,000 children play rugby in this country. In 2014, there were 28,000 injuries from rugby players who were under-18. A total of 1300 of these were concussions.