FairPlay | Grievances

Fair Play

The following standards have been adapted from Australian School Sports Council document “Fair Play in School Sport – Codes of Behaviour” and have been endorsed by Swimming Victoria Inc. They were taken from Swimming Australia and apply to members of the Albury Swimming Club.

  • Be a good sport
  • Compete for enjoyment
  • Work hard for your team as well as yourself
  • Treat all team mates and opponents as you enjoy being treated yourself
  • Complete by the rules
  • Co-operate with team and game officials
  • Control your behaviour in and out of the pool
  • Learn to value honest effort skilled performance and improvement
  • Set a good example for your swimmers
  • Encourage and create opportunities to develop individual skills
  • Encourage team participation
  • Ensure that the events are appropriate for the age group and the skill development level of the swimmers involved
  • Teach your swimmers to be friendly towards officials and opponents
  • Discipline any swimmers whose behaviour is not acceptable
  • Keep your own knowledge of coaching and development of the sport up to date
  • Share your own knowledge with others as the need arises
  • Encourage participation by your children
  • Provide a model of good sports behaviour for your child to copy
  • Be courteous in your communication with swimmers, officials and sports administrators
  • Make any new parents feel welcome on all occasions
  • Do not interfere with a conduct of any events
  • Demonstrate appropriate social behaviour
  • Remember children compete for enjoyment. Don’t let your behaviour detract from their enjoyment.
  • Let officials conduct events without interference.
  • Support skilled performances and team play with generous applause
  • Demonstrate respectful or other competitors and their supporters

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