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Last Updated: Saturday, 23 November 2013 15:40 Published: 31 January 2007

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The Parent's Code is written from the aspect of spectating and may be used to impart the necessity of good behaviour to all spectators.

PARENT’S CODE OF CONDUCT

• I won’t pressure my child in any way – I know that this is their game not mine!
• I will not use bad language, nor will I harass players, coaches, officials or other spectators
• I will encourage my child to play within the rules and respect officials’ and coaches’ decisions – no matter what
• I will teach my child to respect the efforts of their opponents
• I will remember that children learn best by example so I will applaud good plays/performances by both my child’s team and their opponents
• I will give positive comments that motivate and encourage continued effort
• I will focus on my child’s and their team’s efforts and performance – not the score
• I will thank the coaches, officials and other volunteers who give their time to conduct the event for my child
• I will volunteer my services and help when asked by a coach or official
• I won’t criticise or ridicule my child’s performance after the game – I realise that good fun is more important than a good win
• I will not arrive at the field intoxicated or drink alcohol at matches
• I will respect the rights, dignity and worth of all people involved in the game, regardless of their gender, ability, cultural background.

I agree to abide by this code of conduct and to be subject to the rules and policies of the club/association.

This is my parent’s pledge.

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