Mallow Tennis Club Juvenile - Notice to parents of Junior & Juvenile members
As a result of recent changes in legislation, we need to ensure that Junior and Juvenile members and their parents / guardians are aware of the club policies and procedures. Please see attached the following documents; Child Protection Policy Code of Conduct for Parents / Guardians Adult Supervision of Childrens’ Activities (inc. Parental Consent form) Please complete the Parental Consent Form and return to the club office. Juvenile competitions and coaching will be arranged during the school holidays. Players will be informed of these. On days that competitions or coaching are not arranged it is the responsibility of the parent/guardian to ensure that supervision is arranged in accordance with club policies. Juveniles should not spend their time at the club, without parents ensuring themselves that adequate supervision is in place. Juveniles, under the age of 16 years, are not allowed on the tennis courts without supervision. Please ensure that the club are kept up to date with your phone and email details. Please ensure that you encourage all young players to abide by the rules at all times. Please ensure that the club is fully informed of any special requirements that your child may have. If you have any issue concerning the club or a member of the club, please contact one of the club’s children’s officer, through the club office. (022 21145). In the interest of safety please ensure that you drop off and collect your children at the top of the car park alongside the clubhouse. The arrangement of transport, to and from other clubs, for competitions, is the responsibility of the parent. Parents will be expected to supervise / partake in helping to run the Tennis Club for the Safety and Enjoyment of the Children
Mallow Tennis Club – Child Protection Policy Juvenile
Code of Conduct for Parents Parents will be expected to supervise / partake in helping to run the Tennis Club for the Safety and Enjoyment of the Children Mallow Tennis Club also believes that as parents you should: Be a role model for your child and maintain the highest standards of conduct when interacting with young people, other parents, officials and organisers. Always behave responsibly and do not seek to unfairly affect a player or the outcome of the game. Never intentionally expose any young participant to embarrassment or disparagement by the use of flippant or sarcastic remarks. Always recognise the value and importance of the officials and volunteers who provide sporting and recreational opportunities for your child. Do not publicly question the judgement or honesty of referees, umpires, coaches or organisers. Respect convenors, professionals, coaches, referees, umpires, organisers and other players. Parents are welcome to attend events and coaching sessions but should not interfere with the coach or organiser while working with the player.