Blackburn with Darwen Education department

Blackburn with Darwen School and Learning Development > Schools Development Service > ... > Competition Intra & Inter School >

Primary

> Blackburn Primary Schools' Football League >
General Code Of Conduct
Print


 

Blackburn Primary Schools’ Football Association

Code of Conduct Agreement

 

It is a great honour to be chosen to represent your School. High standards of behaviour and sportsmanship will be expected from players, coaches and spectators, in victory and defeat.

 

All schools in Blackburn believe that children play best when they are actively encouraged by coaches and spectators.

 

It is most important that the children accept the authority of the teacher who is refereeing the game. Spectators can help by supporting the referee’s decisions rather than questioning them.

 

Disputes should always be settled between the respective teachers from each school, and never by individual parents.

 

Your school will apply the appropriate football kit for your child to wear but please be aware that we do not permit players to wear metal blade-style studs. This is in response to many nasty injuries caused both when turning and when the blades come into contact with other players. Thank you for supporting this ruling.

 

Please sign below to indicate your willingness for your child to participate in school matches and your agreement to this code of conduct for players, coaches and spectators.

 

 

 

Parent signature ...........................................................................

 

Parent Name (PRINT) ....................................................................

 

Child’s Name ...............................................................................

 

Date .......................................





Login
Forgotten password?
Having trouble logging in?
 





Whilst every care is taken to check the suitability of external links, Blackburn with Darwen Education Department is not responsible for the content of such sites and accepts no liability for material within them.
 
The learning platform itself will always be "a work in progress" and as such content should not be taken as definitive statements of Blackburn with Darwen Education Department policy.