Clare Cascaders
Club Rules           Code of Conduct for Players Code of Conduct for Parents

Code of Conduct for Parents

Parents/Guardians have the right to:

Parents/Guardians have a right to:
•    Know their child is safe.
•    Be informed of problems or concerns relating to their children.
•    Be informed if their child is injured.
•    Have their consent sought for issues such as trips.
•    Contribute to decisions within the club.
•    Complain if they are concerned about the standard of coaching.
Clare Cascaders Basketball Club believes that parents should: -
•    Be a role model for your child and maintain the highest standards of conduct
     when interacting with children, other parents, with officials and organisers.
•    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 volunteers who provide sporting/recreational
     opportunities for your child. Do not publicly question the judgement or honesty of referees,
     coaches or organisers.  Respect referees, coaches, organisers and other players .
•    Encourage your child to play by the rules. Teach your child that honest endeavour is as
     important as winning and do all you can to encourage good sportsmanship.
•    Set a good example by applauding good play on both sides. Encourage mutual respect for
     team-mates and opponents.
•    Parents/guardians should support all efforts to remove abusive behaviour and bullying
     behaviour in all its forms.
Parent/Guardian  Code of Conduct: -
1. I will respect the rules and procedures set down in Clare Cascaders Basketball Club
    Code of Conduct & Good practice.
2. I will respect my child's team-mates, leaders, coaches, officials, judges, etc. and parents,
    as well as players, parents and coaches from opposing teams. I will encourage my chiId
    to treat other participants, coaches, selectors, and managers with respect.
3. I will give encouragement and applaud only positive accomplishments whether from my child,
    his/her team-mates, their opponents or the officials.
4. I will respect my child's coach(s) and leader(s) and support his/her efforts.
5. I will respect the officials and their authority during sessions and events.
6. I will never demonstrate threatening or abusive behaviour or use foul language.