- Love playing netball
- Wear supportive, laced up trainers to minimise the possibility of injury.
- Have hair tied back and all jewellery off for training sessions and matches
- Have smooth short nails to minimise injury to yourself and others.
- Affiliate to England Netball and abide by the Players Code of Conduct
your club Safeguarding Officer and how to contact her if you are
worried about anything at netball (or outside netball) or contact
England Netball using a confidential e-mail: email@example.com
or Child Line: 0800 1111 or NSPCC Help Line: 0808 800 5000
- Tell the coach if you are unwell or injured
Parents of children U18 must complete an England Netball Parental Consent Form prior to participation, which includes medical consent in the event of injury or illness and permission for digital images to be used during participation in netball only.
- Complete an England Netball Affiliation Form
- Pay fees in a timely manner when asked
- Inform the Lead Coach of any special physical or learning requirements that will help in the delivery of positive sessions for your daughter.
- Know your club Safeguarding Officerand how to contact her if you are worried about any aspect of the club.
Visit England Netball website, read and agree to The Parents and Carers Code of Conduct
U11 parents and carers ensure your daughters’ hair is tied back, nails are short and smooth and all jewellery is taken off for training sessions and matches. To minimise the possibility of injury trainers should cradle the foot and has sufficient grip on the soles to create friction on a wooden floor surface. The club encourages over 11’s to take responsibility for ensuring they are ready to participate
Team sport provides a unique opportunity for girls to experience the complexities of developing and enjoying themselves as individuals while working for the benefit of others, and sometimes being altruistic.
We ask that our members, players, coaches and umpires take part in the club activities with these thoughts:
- Love netball, be strong and be sporting
- Make an effort in training and matches for yourself, your team and the club
- Analyse your contribution, think about what will help you and your team develop; and avoid self criticism.
- Allow your team mates to play and develop their netball in a supportive environment, free from fear of criticism.