SPORTS 2016 VISION Build pride in college, confidence

SPORTS 2016 VISION Build pride in college, confidence

SPORTS 2016 VISION Build pride in college, confidence and strength of character in learners through exposure to quality sports experiences. WE AIM TO: Offer a wide range of opportunities in sport. Provide experiences for learners to be better than before. Foster a positive sporting culture and environment. In 2016 our focus areas will be to develop and improve: - communication & relationships - increase participation WE OFFER: ALL YEAR Activate Water polo Basketball SUMMER (Term 1 &4) Volleyball

Touch Cricket Tag WINTER (Term 2 &3) Football Rugby Lacrosse League Hockey Netball WHOS WHO: Principal James Thomas Deputy Principal (Sport) Lisa White Director of Sport Anna-Marie Keighley Sport Co-ordinator Suzi Wootton Coaching Co-ordinator Michelle Walker Be INFORMED: Website http://www.allteams.co.nz/whangaparaoa-colle

ge/whangaparaoa-college-sport / Facebook https:// www.facebook.com/pages/Whangaparaoa-Colle the WHANGA way Fair Play Charter We at Whangaparaoa College agree that when playing sport we will: Enjoy ourselves Play within the rules Respect the decisions of the referees and umpires Respect the opposition and their supporters Win with humility, lose with dignity Play hard but play fair Players Code: Represent your school with pride Play in correct school playing uniform and safety equipment Show respect for the game Play hard, but within the rules of the game. Recognise and respect the abilities and disabilities of others

both team mates and opponents Accept the officials decision without gesture or argument Win with humility, lose with dignity Support the coaches and the requests they make of you Show appreciation of the coach, officials, opponents and supporters Advise coaches/managers of unavailability, with as much advance warning as possible Attend all practices, games and meetings on time Parents Code Positively encourage and support the efforts of all players Make an effort to understand the rules of the game Refrain from any criticism or abuse directed at officials or opponents Put an emphasis on genuine effort ahead of victory and encourage players to accept the outcomes of all games, irrespective of the result Recognise good play by either team Ensure full payment is made prior to play Support learners participation, ensuring they meet the training

and playing schedules Support by volunteering to help where possible managing, driving, fundraising etc Abide by the principles of fair play 2016 Important Dates: Registration online by Wednesday 24th February Pre-season training started

Winter Muster/Trial Term 1, Week 5 Teams named Term 1, Week 7 Fees Paid by Wednesday 6th March Volunteers induction evening Thursday 17th March Competitions commence First week of May (winter sports) Summer Sports Photos Thursday 12th May Winter Sports Photos Thursday 18th August NZSS Tournament 29th to 4thth September AIMS Tournament- 4th to 9th September Code Prize giving's Thursday 22nd September Sport Excellence Prize giving Thursday 13th October To Play Sport in 2016: Register online Pay registration fee ($20) Trial/Muster Team named Team meeting Pay sport fee Buy uniform PLAY!!!

Fees (weekly competition): Sport Prem Other Yr 7/8 Rugby $100 1st XV $80 Netball $150 $130 NH $110 HBC Yes

Football $100 $80 Yes Lacrosse $100 $80 No Basketball $150 $130 NH $40 per term HBC

Yes Hockey $190 $170 Yes Touch $50 Yes Volleyball $60 No (but 1 day per term)

Water polo $50 NH $190 HBC Term 2-4 No (but 1 day per term) Yes Term 1 Fees pay for the following: Competition registration, Dry Cleaning*, Transportation*, First Aid, Equipment. (* does not relate to every team) Fees (weekly competition): Sport Other

Yr 7/8 Badminton $30 per term No (but 1 day per term) Twilight Netball $30 per term Yes Futsal $50 per term Yes Tag

$50 per term No (but 1 day per term) Summer Hockey (Kwik $50 per term Yes Cricket $30 per term Yes League $50

Sticks) No (but 1 day per term) Fees pay for the following: Competition registration, Dry Cleaning*, Transportation*, First Aid, Equipment. (* does not relate to every team) Fees: Inter-school competitions (one day events) Sport Cost When Athletics (NH) $20 Term 1 (Y9-13), Term 4 (Y7/8) Swimming

$20 Term 1 Cross Country $20 Term 2 (Y9-13), Term 3 (Y7/8) Zone Days (Yr 7 & 8) $20 per event Throughout the year Uniform cost: Item Cost

Utility shirt $75 Shorts $35 Socks $15 Utility singlet $45 Hoody $50 Netball Singlet (Yr 7-9) $67 Netball Skirt (Yr 7-9)

$57 Netball Dress (Yr 1013) $120 ZONE Days (Yr 7/8 only): One day inter-school competition Sports offered is subject to change. ZONE is the North Shore - this includes all intermediates from the Harbour Bridge to Warkworth. Learners can participate in as many of the events that are offered. Each sport/event will cost $20. Several weeks before the competition day learners will be expected to attend regular trainings. Parent help is appreciated either as coach, manager, driver Uniform will be either PE gear or provided ZONE Days (Yr 7/8 only):

TERM ONE Boys Softball League Tag Boys Cricket Swimming 17 February 8 March 16 March 17 March TERM TWO Football Yr 8 Boys Boys Rugby Football Yr 8 Girls Hockey Girls Hockey Boys 11 May 25 May 2 June

15 June 16 June ZONE Days (Yr 7/8 only): TERM THREE Rugby League 28 July 2 August 9 August 23 August 24 August 14 September 15 September Netball Boys/Girls Cross - Country Basketball Girls Basketball Boys Volleyball Girls Volleyball Boys

TERM FOUR Touch Rugby KiwiKick Athletics 3 November 8 November 18 November Tournaments: Event Cost When Pre-season Varies ($100-$300) Term 1

NZSS Varies ($400-$600) Week 6, Term 3 AIMS $550 Week 7, Term 3 Other one day events occur throughout the year for Lacrosse, Netball and Sevens Rugby. Trainings: Cricket Train Wednesday, Play Wednesday Volleyball Train Wednesday 3.30, Play Thursday (Snr Girls) Touch (Snr girls) Train Tuesday, Play Tuesday Netball Preseason Wednesday 3.30, Astroturf Rugby Pre season (all grades) Tuesday & Thursday 3.30pm,

field. Football Preseason Tuesday 3.30pm, field Hockey Preseason Tuesday 23rd 3.30pm, Astroturf Basketball (Yr 7) Monday lunchtime, Gym; (Snr Boys) Tuesday 3.30pm, Gym; (Yr 8) Wednesday lunchtime, Gym; (Yr 10) Wednesday 5pm-6pm, Gym; (Yr 9) Thursday 3.30pm, Gym Lacrosse (Girls) Tuesday 3.30pm, Field TO DO: Register online Pay or set up payment for fees Buy uniform Attend trainings and meetings Have a great season!! College champion & House competitions: Athletics Week 3 Friday 19th February Cross Country Term 2, Week 1 Thursday 5th May

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