Woodend Primary School Sports Registration 2019
Date Of Birth
Are they a student at Woodend Primary School?
If no, which school do they attend?
Which year level?
Woodend Primary School Room No.
Which sport(s) are you registering for?
Please note, registration for the following sports have closed: Basketball (Year 2 - 7) / Kanga Cricket (Year 2 - 3 ) / Cricket (Year 4 - 7) / AFL Football (Year 2 - 7) Soccer (Year 2)
Soccer (Year 3 - 5)
Netball (Year 2 - 7)
Volleyball (Year 4 - 7)
Pedal Prix (Year 5 - 7 - pending criteria being met)
Without parent support in these areas after hours school sport would not be able to continue. If you are able to assist, please select the below options.
I am able to coordinate a sport
I am able to coach
I am able to help assist coach
I am able to be a team manager
I have a First Aid certificate
I have a DCSI Screening Check
Emergency Contact Details and Player's Medical Information
Emergency Contact's Name
Emergency Contact's Mobile Number
Medical Practitioner & Contact Number
Does the player suffer from any of the following medical conditions?
Convulsions / Seizures / Epilepsy
Allergies eg. Bee Stings
Hearing / Vision Impairment
Does the player suffer from any other medical conditions not listed above?
Is the player on any current medication?
Outside of school hours, you as parent/caregiver, must be present at all trainings and games with medication available for your child with a medical condition.
Any additional enquiries?
Player's Code of Conduct - To be read and agreed to by the Player
The player agrees to attend all practices (unless circumstances – sickness/family) and to follow the directions of my coach unless due to illness or family circumstances. If unable to play, the player must let your coach know.
The player agrees to play for the team for the full season.
The player agrees to wear the full team uniform at all matches.
The player agrees to be on their best behaviour at practice and games.
The player understands that if they fail to follow the above agreements they will be excluded from practice and matches as determined by the school principal and coach.
The player has read and agreed to the Player's Code of Conduct
Parent/Caregiver's Code of Conduct
The parent/caregiver has read the Players Code of Conduct Contract and agrees that the player will abide by the rules set out in the contract.
The parent/caregiver has read the Spectator’s Code (below) and will abide by the rules set out in the contract.
The parent/caregiver will make all efforts to ensure that the player attends all training sessions. If the player is unable to play due to illness or family reasons, the parent/caregiver must let the coach know.
The parent/caregiver agrees to pay the sports fees for the selected sport as follows:
- Term 1 Sports (Cricket, Basketball) Payment of fees by Week 6
- Term 2/3 (Netball, Soccer, Football) Payment of fees by Week 4
- Volleyball 1st Season End of Term 1 …2nd Season End of Term 3
Failure to pay the fee for the player’s sport/s within the timeline above will result in them not receiving their trophy or medal. The school, not your coordinator/coach will manage this process.
The parent/caregiver agrees that should the player’s uniform be damaged or lost, the parent/caregiver will pay for any repairs or replacement.
The parent/caregiver has filled out the teams medical and health form and understands that if the player requires medical treatment, the parent/caregiver is liable for the cost of such treatment.
I have read and agreed to the Parent/Caregiver's Code of Conduct.
Spectator’s Code of Conduct
Remember that children play organised sports for fun. They are not playing for the entertainment of spectators, nor are they miniature professionals.
Applaud good performances and efforts from each team. Congratulate all participants upon their performance regardless of the game’s outcome.
Respect the official’s decisions. If there is a disagreement, follow the appropriate procedure in order to question the decision and teach the children likewise.
Never ridicule or scold a child for making a mistake during a competition. Positive comments are motivational.
Condemn the use of violence in any form, be it by spectators, coaches, officials or players.
Show respect for your team’s opponents. Without them, there would be no game.
Encouraging players to follow the rules and the official’s decisions.
Demonstrate appropriate social behaviour by not using foul language, harassing players, coaches or officials.
Avoid the use of derogatory language.
I have read and agreed to the Spectator’s Code of Conduct.
Coach’s Code of Conduct - To be read and agreed to by those wishing to coach, assistant coach or manage school teams
Be reasonable in your demands on young player’s time, energy and enthusiasm.
Teach your players that rules of the sport are mutual agreements which no one should evade or break.
All players, regardless of ability, need equal playing time.
Remember that children participate for fun and enjoyment and that winning is only part of their motivation. Never ridicule or yell at the children for making mistakes or losing a competition.
Ensure that equipment and facilities meet safety standards and are appropriate to the age and ability of the players.
Take into consideration the maturity level of the children, when scheduling and determining the length of practice times and competition.
Develop team respect for the ability of opponents as well as for the judgement of officials and opposing coaches.
Follow the advice of a physician when determining when an injured player is ready to recommence training or competition.
Make a personal commitment to keep yourself informed of sound coaching principles and the principles of growth and development of children.
Avoid the use of derogatory language.
I have read and agreed to the Coach’s Code of Conduct.
Thank you for your support
More information about each sport can be found at:
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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