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College Sports Policy
Penryn College
Sports Policy
Physical address:
Postal address:
Boschrand Farm
Off the R40 between
Nelspruit and White River
Nelspruit 1200
PO Box 2835
Nelspruit 1200
Telephone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Website:
013 758 9000
013 758 9010
[email protected]
www.penryn.co.za
Preamble
This sports policy applies to all scholars in Penryn College, from grades 000 – 12. It is grounded
in science, and based on the Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD) model. Sport at Penryn is
offered to enable scholars to develop an “Active for Life” mindset, where emphasis is on an
appreciation and enjoyment of sport and physical activity and the benefits thereof, not just
throughout their school careers, but long thereafter. Our approach to sport is in line with the
College’s central belief that education is concerned with the holistic development of each
individual. We believe that every scholar has the capacity to achieve something worthwhile and
the ability to excel in some aspect of sporting endeavour, be it from provincial or national
representation to the achievement of a personal goal. One of the main objectives of the sports
programme, therefore, is to identify and develop skill in every scholar, while ensuring that they
understand the health and social benefits that accrue through participation in physical activities.
Emphasis is also laid on the correlation between sport and other areas of the scholar’s life where
team spirit, co-operation, effective communication and positive mental mind-sets are important.
We encourage competition and “The Will to Win” (rather than “Winning” as an end in itself), and
organise regular sporting fixtures against other schools.
This policy is best explained as follows:
Pride; Positive Attitude; Participation & Practise; Performance; Presentation; Parent
Participation
Pride
Pride is an essential ingredient in Penryn Sport – pride in our school, its badge and our uniform;
pride in our team; pride in ourselves and pride in how we play sport. Our scholars are expected
to display this pride in a number of ways (regardless of which team they represent) by:
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Being humble in victory and gracious in defeat
Always being neat and tidy in appearance, with a standard dress code for all teams
Supporting other teams throughout the school (Prep and College)
Acting responsibly on and off the field
Respecting officials, coaches, participants and spectators – this applies to scholars and
spectators
Respecting the rules – this applies to scholars and spectators
Always trying their hardest, whether in practice or matches
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Positive attitude
We play sport for the many physical, social and psychological benefits it can provide, such as the
development of self-control, unselfishness, teamwork and co-operation, leadership, a positive
self-image and physical fitness. Healthy minds, healthy bodies, friendships and life skills are just
some of the benefits children gain by playing sport. An important aspect of this is the need for
children to form and reinforce a positive attitude towards their sport as it will enhance both their
enjoyment and ability to compete within the sporting environment. With this in mind:
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A positive attitude towards sport not only applies to all boys and girls of all grades at Penryn,
but to all coaches as well. Boys, girls and coaches must:
o Realise that your “attitude” is a choice you need to make and that you need to choose
an attitude that is predominately positive.
o Pursue excellence (not perfection) and realise that you, as well as your coaches,
teammates, officials, and others are also not perfect.
o See your sport as both an opportunity to compete against others and an opportunity to
learn from your successes and failures.
o Respect your sport, other participants, coaches, officials and, most importantly,
yourself.
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In order to create a conducive environment aimed at stimulating a positive attitude amongst
scholars and staff, the school will continually seek to improve practice and match facilities in
order to encourage optimum scholar participation.
Participation & Practise
All scholars are required to commit to participation in a particular sport, for the duration of the
season. This will normally involve two practices and one match per week, either during the week
or on Saturdays. Absence from a match is a serious offence, and will be dealt with in terms of the
Scholar Disciplinary Code. Scholars may only miss a practice if personally excused by their
coach. In Prep, a letter requesting that a scholar be excused from practice must be sent to the
coach. Scholars who are unable to participate in sport for medical reasons (upon submission of a
medical certificate) are expected to assist with sport administration such as scoring, catering and
first aid.
Apart from participating in local leagues, Penryn teams regularly undertake tours to festivals
throughout South Africa, as a means of making friends, interacting with other cultures and
improving their skills.
Refer to Performance for LTAD reference.
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Grades 000-R-Active start
1.
All scholars will take part in organised active play.
2.
It is our goal to ensure that all scholars are water safe by the time they reach Grade 1.
This is facilities dependant. Children who are identified as not being water safe will
need to attend extra lessons by the outside coaches during the school morning. This is an
additional cost.
Grades 1-3
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All scholars will take part in various arranged sporting codes, designed to focus on skills
such as running, swimming, jumping, catching, kicking and throwing.
2.
The scholar will take part in different sporting codes each term. Mini festivals are hosted
by various schools and we participate in them from U/7-U/9. However, emphasis is
placed on development and fun and coaches are permitted to coach while a match is in
progress.
Grades 4 and 5
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The scholar will take part in 3-4 different sports a year concentrating on the skills required
by the various sports.
2.
The scholar shall take part in a rules theory of the different sports.
Grades 6 and 7
1.
The scholars shall have a choice to take part in EITHER swimming or athletics in term 1
and term 4. This shall be compulsory.
2.
Scholars must play at least one team sport in both the 2nd and 3rd terms, and at least one
individual sport during the year.
3.
The scholar shall take part in a rules theory of the different sports.
Times:
Practices for Foundation Phase (grade1-3) are held from 1:15 pm to 2:15 pm and for the Senior
Primary (grade 4 -7) from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm, as per the practice schedule circulated at the start
of each term, and listed on the school website. Scholars are to ensure that they arrive at the
practice on time, in the correct uniform and ready to practise.
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Attendance:
Injured players who are unable to participate in a practice, are to continue attending practices,
and to assist the coach wherever possible in supervising drills etc. Should a scholar miss a
practice without excusing him/herself, they may receive a demerit. Missing a match without
excuse will result in a Head’s detention.
External sports:
Scholars who participate in external sports (i.e. sports that are not played at Penryn, e.g. squash,
equestrian etc.) must still fulfil the requirements of the school (unless they are given written
permission by the Prep Head not to do so).
Home Schooled Scholar:
Home schooled scholars may play for Penryn provided a request is received in writing by the
parents and permission is granted by the Prep Head. A fee will also be charged based on the
amount of sport they will be participating in throughout the year.
Cancellation:
Sports practices will not be cancelled due to inclement weather (heat or lightning). Scholars are
to report to their coach at the coach’s classroom and board work will be done during the practice
time.
Grades 8 - 12
All scholars are expected to play one sport every term and at least 1 team sport during the
course of the year (eg: hockey, rugby). Matrics are to play a minimum of one sport in their matric
year, but are encouraged to play more.
All scholars competing in contact sports are expected to undergo concussion base-line testing at
the start of the season. In addition, all scholars playing contact sports are required to wear gum
guards.
Times:
Practices are normally held from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm, as per the practice schedule circulated at
the start of each term, and listed on the school website. Scholars are to ensure that they arrive at
the practice on time, in the correct uniform and ready to practise. Before 3:00 pm, fields are used
by the Prep school, so College scholars may not start practices early.
Attendance:
Scholars who are unable to attend a practice must inform their coach personally, and submit a
letter where necessary. Injured players who are unable to participate in a practice, are to
continue attending practices, and to assist the coach wherever possible in supervising drills etc.
Should a scholar miss a practice without excusing him/herself, they may receive a Sin bin.
Missing a match without excuse will result in a Head’s detention.
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External sports:
Scholars who participate in external sports (i.e. sports that are not played at Penryn, e.g. squash,
equestrian etc.) must still fulfil the requirements of the school (unless they are given written
permission by the College Head not to do so). They are eligible for Awards and Colours, provided
they submit the necessary documentation – the onus rests with the scholar to apply for
recognition by the Awards Committee and to provide the committee with sufficient information to
make a decision as to whether colours should be awarded.
Cancellation:
Sports practices will only be cancelled due to inclement weather (heat or lightning) by the
Director of Sport, or the College Head. This will be communicated to scholars by means of a
notice on the sports notice board and an SMS to coaches, and parents (where appropriate). If no
official notification has been received, practice will continue as scheduled. Practices will normally
not be cancelled if it is raining.
What is our role in terms of coaching sport at Penryn?
1. To ensure active participation for as many of our scholars possible (friendlies, festivals,
hostels league, inter-house competitions and league fixtures)
2. To provide enthusiastic, skilled and disciplined coaching, to impart the necessary skills and
knowledge to scholars – to make them better players
3. To provide equipment and facilities that are of a sufficiently high standard and availability to
ensure that (2) is achieved
This means that the Coach must
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Be passionate about his/her sport, so as to make a difference in his/her players’ lives, and to
transfer that passion to his/her players
Improve the player; give advice on how to improve weaknesses etc. – specific drills
Give enjoyment equal importance with results for his/her players (although the latter will
happen if the former is linked to improving players’ skills)
Have adequate experience and qualifications, and are expected to improve these by
attending the relevant sports bodies courses.
Adhere to the selection policy of the school
Enforce discipline and the appropriate etiquette
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Start at planned times
Get players to do what you want them to
Practise for a full session – don’t speak for half of it
Earn the confidence of players so that they can discuss problems with you after or before
a practice – discussions during a practice are unacceptable – there the player must do as
the coach says
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Study the rules – this is of cardinal importance. If you hesitate in the interpretation
of rules, players will lose faith in you. If you are in doubt, admit it and then check up
on it.
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Study practise methods of different aspects of the game. Plan the practice
thoroughly.
Never chase a player away – improve him/her.
Give players confidence, i.e. If he/she does well, say so or if he/she makes a
mistake, ask him/her when the game is over, what mistake he made – this makes
him/her think about it.
Never criticise or discuss a player in front of anyone except for a fellow selector,
and never – or only very diplomatically - directly after a game. Never criticise or
attack a player after a game in the change rooms.
Never make promises to players in term of selection – he/she must work for what
he/she wishes to achieve – his/her competition is also working.
Arrive on time for matches, or arrange that someone else is there.
Attend coaching courses to find out what it is that provincial coaches require.
Knowledge is power!
Remember, consultations, discussions and interest between “senior” coaches and
“junior” coaches are of cardinal importance. They are completely dependent upon
one another.
Use and develop the captains, to the benefit of your coaching. Give him/her the
confidence to act, - train him/her – even if he/she still has much to learn (e.g. rules,
technique).
Remember that skill can only come to the fore if a player is fit enough to execute
this skill.
Power of observation is important to a coach. A panoramic view – eyes in the back
of your head – to know what each player is doing or should be doing – speak to
him/her during the game or once play has stopped (the greatest problem comes if
your team loses) and deal with any criticism that they must endure – the ability to
motivate is important.
Know your players’ character and personalities.
Know your team and its abilities. A person cannot coach in exactly the same
manner two years in a row. “Weak” spots can be disguised by improving the weak
players’ abilities so that they are better than their opponents.
Never get involved in arguments with visiting officials, players and referees – the
same applies when visiting other schools. Create a good image for our school.
What about the parents in this one?
Performance
Performance structures are based on the Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD) model. For
more information follow this link. http: sasscoc.co.za/wp-content/upload/files//2011/07sa-sportfor-life-long-term-participant-development.pdf.
Grades 000 – R - Active Start
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Boys and girls need to be encouraged in daily active play. Through play and movement, they
develop the fundamental movement skill that will provide the foundation for learning
fundamental sports skills when older. It is about making physical activity a fun part of life.
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Introduced to unstructured, active play incorporating a variety of body movements. At this age
they will develop the ABC's of movement: agility, balance, coordination. The emphasis here is
playing on jungle gyms, swings, slides etc.
This will happen during school as there is no formal extra-curricular for pre-school.
Grades 1 - 3 FUNdamentals
Here we focus on learning fundamental movement skills and building overall motor skills. Sports
include running, jumping, throwing, catching, kicking, with the emphasis on fun and enjoying
participating in the sports. Children are encouraged to participate in a wide variety of sports, and
unstructured play is still to be encouraged.
Grades 4 - 5 Learn to train
During this stage, children are ready to learn and refine the general sports skills they need for
athletic development and participation in sport for health. We further develop fundamental
movement skills and learn overall sports skills. Children are encouraged to participate in a wide
variety of different sports – specialisation is actively discouraged. Physical education focuses on
strength work using the scholar’s own body weight. Up to 6 hours of physical exercise per
week should be undertaken. Specific training in this age group is on speed. Short -rapid
movements and changing direction quickly etc.
Grades 6 - 9 Train to train
Children start competing more seriously; Major focus during competition is applying what they
learnt in training, not on winning at all costs. Here they start to specialise in sports of choice,
while doing at least 2-3 sports. Stamina/endurance training is essential at this age and aerobic
training is important, while still working on skill, speed and strength. There is a need to work on
flexibility as well as this is a time of rapid growth for bones, muscles, tendons, ligaments. Weekly
physical activity should consist of between 8 – 10 hours.
Grades 10 - 12 Train to compete
This involves development of the scholars as young adults, with training becoming position
specific. Emphasis is on optimising physical preparation. Training intensity is at a high level and
all year round. There should be up to 12 hours’ training or competition per week
Presentation
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All branding of sports clothing is to be done in terms of the uniform policy of the school.
All sports kit to be supplied by a recognised sports clothing manufacturer as decided on by
the Uniform Committee (e.g. Nike, Puma).
Guiding principles for sports uniforms: Neat – Inexpensive – Professional. See Appendix 6:
Sports Uniform Policy, for details.
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Dress - College
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Scholars (Players): To travel/arrive in sports uniform (as per uniform policy) for fixtures, with
Penryn tracksuit (not tour tracksuit) optional. Formals for 1st teams.
Scholars (Spectators): Spectators’ uniform for all sports fixtures, with Penryn tracksuit
optional.
Staff: Practices – shorts, takkies, golf shirt (slops only on the pool deck). Matches – khaki,
blue or white shorts, chinos, with Penryn golf shirt (all coaches of a particular sport to wear
same shirt), Penryn sports jacket optional.
Tours: Items as per approved list (maximum number of items depending on age group).
Travel as per Matches. Tour kit may only be worn for the duration of that tour. This excludes
match uniforms.
Practices: As per current policy, everyone to be in Penryn kit (House shirts, board shorts etc.).
Sponsored kit: to be manufactured by the approved supplier – no privately manufactured kit
may be worn. It follows that requests for kit and acquisition of sponsorship needs to be done
timeously. Placement of advertising as per that which is approved in Penryn Sponsorship and
Advertising Policy.
1st Teams: May wear a designated item on Fridays (e.g. 1st team scarf etc.). Only 1st team
match uniforms may feature numbers. No Penryn match uniform may feature players’ names.
Dress - Prep
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Scholars (Players): To travel/arrive in Match uniform for fixtures, with Penryn tracksuit (not
tour tracksuit) optional.
Scholars (Spectators): Spectators’ uniform for all sports fixtures, with Penryn tracksuit
optional.
Staff: Practices – shorts, takkies, golf shirt (slops only on the pool deck). Matches – khaki,
blue or white shorts, chinos, with Penryn golf shirt (all coaches of a particular sport to wear
same shirt), Penryn sports jacket optional.
Tours: Items as per approved list (maximum number of items depending on age group).
Travel as per matches.
Practices: As per current policy, everyone to be in Penryn kit (House shirts, board shorts etc.).
Sponsored kit: to be manufactured by the approved supplier – no privately manufactured kit
may be worn. It follows that requests for kit and acquisition of sponsorship needs to be done
timeously. Placement of advertising as per that which is approved in Penryn Sponsorship and
Advertising Policy.
Open A Teams: Only Open A team match uniforms may feature numbers. No Penryn match
uniform may feature players’ names.
Tracksuits:
It follows that only the official Penryn tracksuit is allowed, no other tracksuits or hoodies. Apart
from the good impression created by a team wearing the same tracksuit, there will be significant
cost savings.
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Parent Participation
Introduction
Parents play an essential role in their children’s enjoyment, success, and sustainability in school
sport. Children learn values, attitudes, and conduct from their parents. Parents are the most
important behaviour models, especially during early year development.
The role of parents in sport
Parents play several different roles in a youth sport, best illustrated by this diagram, consisting of
the child, the parent and the coach.
CHILD
PARENT
COACH
In this relationship the child comes first.
The parents are encouraged to assist in the following roles and the coach from a sport educative
specific role.
Parents’ role
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Exposure to the sport
Positive encouragement not pressure (do not live your life expectations through your child)
Positive motivation (do not threaten)
NEVER criticise the coach or system, get behind it and help where possible
Support
Help with fund raising
Assist with logistics
Assist with coaching skills
Assist with scorekeeping or timing
Guidance (conduct on and off the sports field)
Taxi driver, chauffeur, registration, food and beverage supplier, coach, official etc.
Team Dads/Moms
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This role is critical to sustainability especially up to the age of 14.
There are also certain parental duties and obligations to undertake to ensure correct safety and
welfare of the child involved with sport.
Conduct of the parent before, during and after sport events
Not only is it your children that are influenced and affected by this conduct and attitude, but you
as a parent have a social responsibly to the School, to lead by example, and portray the
following:
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Neatly correctly dressed (according to sports code)
Well-mannered and well behaved
NEVER openly criticise other players, coaches or referees (learn tolerance and humility)
Learn to accept bad decisions and be motivated to rise above these issues. A team that
loses will always knock the ref, one that wins will rarely do so. Your child is watching your
reaction.
Verbally motivate and positively cheer for your team/teammates. Slander is unacceptable.
Always congratulate and praise opposition’s good play or successes
Parent conduct has a direct influence on, not only your child, but also other school children. Make
sure your conduct leads by example.
It is as important to be known as a well behaved, positive attitude, good sportsmanship school,
as it is to win at all costs and jeopardise your and the school’s reputation.
Appendices attached
Appendix 1: Regulations
Appendix 2: Selection Policy
Appendix 3: Colours and Awards Policy
Appendix 4: Sports Tours Policy
Appendix 6: Sports Uniform Policy
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Appendix 1: Regulations
Core Sports
We are constantly striving to improve our sport. As such, the following sports have been identified
as Core sports and Secondary sports. Core sports take preference in the particular term (e.g.
rugby is a Core sport in term 2, but is Secondary sport in terms 1 and 3), bearing in mind the
rules regarding participation. Core sports are to be assessed every year to determine which
sports are termed Core sports.
Prep Girls
Term 1: Core sports – Swimming and athletics
Secondary sports – Tennis
Term 2: Core sports – Netball
Secondary sports – Tennis, hockey,
Chess, MTB
Term 3: Core sports –Hockey
Secondary sports – Tennis, chess, MTB
Term 4: Core sports – Swimming and cross country
Secondary sports – Tennis
Prep Boys
Term 1: Core sports – Swimming / athletics
Secondary sports – Tennis
Term 2: Core sports – Soccer
Secondary sports – Tennis / rugby / chess /
MTB
Term 3: Core sports – Hockey / cricket
Secondary sports – Tennis / chess / MTB
Term 4: Core sports – Swimming / cross country
Secondary sports – Tennis
College
Term 1: Core sports – Swimming / athletics
Secondary sports – Hockey / netball /
rugby / tennis
Term 2: Core sports – Hockey / rugby / netball
Secondary sports – MTB / tennis / chess /
rock climbing
Term 3: Core sports – Cricket / soccer
Secondary sports – 7’s rugby / MTB /
tennis, chess, rock
climbing
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Term 4: Core sports – Swimming / athletics
Up to and including grade 9, a scholar may choose to play two team sports in a term (e.g. netball
and or girls’ hockey). Every effort is made to accommodate these scholars when scheduling
fixtures. However, should match times clash, the scholar will be required to inform both coaches
of the clash, and to choose which fixture he/she will fulfil. From grade 10, scholars are required to
choose a minimum of one team sport, but can choose more. Where clashes exist between sports
from different terms (e.g. cricket league fixture and hockey playoffs in term 3), all efforts will be
made to reach a compromise, or reschedule fixtures.
However should this not be possible, the core sport takes priority. Where clashes occur between
core sports, the sport identified by the scholar as his sport of preference will take priority. The
exception to this is where a non – core sport (eg hockey in term 3) reaches provincial (or similar)
playoffs. In such a case the team playing at provincial finals would take preference.
Age Groups
All scholars should participate within their correct age groups. No scholar may participate in an
age group above or below his age group. The cut – off date is 31st December. When playing
league fixtures those rules specific to that sport & league will apply.
Prep School
7 on 31st December =
8 on 31st December =
9 on 31st December =
10 on 31st December =
11 on 31st December =
12 on 31st December =
13 on 31st December =
U/7 *
U/8 *
U/9 *
U/10
U/11
U/12 - Open
U/13 – Open
‘* Scholars can play in their grade only at the Heads discretion and only in sports that allow it.
College
14 on 31st December =
15 on 31st December =
16 on 31st December =
17 on 31st December =
18 on 31st December =
Under 14
Under 15
Under 16
Under 17 (Open)
Under 18 (Open)
This will strengthen the age group, and ensure that the scholar isn’t out of his/her depth
physically and socially. A maximum of 1 player from lower age groups may be allowed to play in
a higher age group (1st or A team only) . No scholar may represent the 1st team in two sports in
the same term if they are playing up an age group.eg: Under 16 playing 1 st team rugby and
hockey.
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Selection of Captains
The captain of each Penryn sports team will be chosen by a vote of all team members at the start
of the season, with input from the coaches. Captains of Open teams should be in Grade 12. If
there is not a suitable Grade 12 scholar in the team, a senior scholar may be chosen at the
coaches’ decision.
Transport
Sports teams normally travel to sports fixtures by bus, supervised by sports coaches. Team
members are expected to travel with the team bus. Should a scholar not be able to do so, he/she
needs to submit a letter from his/her parents to that effect, to the Director of Sport. Buses will
normally depart from, and return to, Penryn – scholars will not normally be dropped off en route.
Injuries
First Aid equipment for injuries sustained during practice can be found at Reception. Injuries
sustained during matches will be dealt with by the paramedics on duty. Scholars and their
parents are responsible for payment of all costs relating to sports injuries while representing
Penryn.
Trials
Trials for sports teams will take the form of one or more trials matches, as well as fitness tests
and evaluations such as practice attendance, attitude and commitment to the sport etc. For more
details on selection, see Appendix 2: Selection Policy.
Provincial Trials
Scholars who play in a higher age group, may attend trials in either age group; he/she may not
attend both (i.e. an Under 16 player playing in the 1st team, can attend either 1st team (Open) or
Under 16 trials). While the school will normally provide transport to regional trials (where scholars
participate as part of a Penryn team), scholars attending provincial trials and practices are
expected to arrange their own transport.
Initiation
Penryn does not condone initiation in any form. Should a scholar be subject to initiation while
representing the school in sport, they should report it in writing to the Director of Sport.
Sponsorship
While sponsorship of Penryn teams is greatly appreciated, sponsorships are subject to approval
by the Director of Sport and the Finance Committee. Rules pertaining to sponsorship can be
found in the Penryn Sponsorship Guidelines.
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Colours and Awards
These are made in terms of the Colours and Awards Policy (see Appendix 2). Sports trophies are
awarded by the coach concerned, based on specific criteria. The Sportsman and Sportswoman
of the Year awards are decided on a points system, in terms of provincial selection, 1st team
selection and captaincy. The latter awards are only made to Grade 12 scholars.
Sports Tours
Periodically sports teams will undertake tours that require transport by bus or school Quantum.
Touring teams that use the school Quantums cross-subsidise those that use external transport.
All scholars are expected to pay for tours, by the due date specified. Non-payment may result in
a scholar being excluded from a tour. Parents will be informed of all details regarding a tour, by
letter. See Appendix 4: Sports Tours Policy.
Disciplinary matters
Disciplinary matters will be dealt with under Penryn’s Code of Conduct Policy.
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