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Behaviour Management - WR Soccer Schools
All children, staff, parents and anyone else associated to the business and to the sessions have the right to feel safe, secure and happy.
It is the coach’s responsibility to lead the session and to manage the session so that this can be the case.
We want our coaches to be engaging and be able to control a class – Making sure that each of the (up to) 30 children you will have are going to get the best chance of taking something away from the lesson.
Whilst we want you to be fun and engaging to the children who take part in our sessions, there needs to be a line and an authority which means children know the difference between what is a harmless joke/action and what could bare serious consequences.
We (the coaches) must have a zero-tolerance policy towards anything, which could make an individual/group of children feel unsafe, uncomfortable or upset. Each and every child has the right to feel happy and enjoy our sessions.
WRSS Players Rules
WR Soccer Disciplinary Step Process
Step 1) Official Warning: A quiet discussion to prevent any more issues.
Step 2) ‘Sin Bin’: Up to 5 Minutes time out to calm down followed by a further discussion to understand the cause and punishment.
Step 3) Yellow Card: A discussion at the end of the session/Phone Call with parent to discuss behaviour and how we have reached this stage.
Step 4) Red Card: A 1 session ban at the next available opportunity.
Step 5) Removal: If a child is really disrupting sessions and/or making other children unhappy during sessions then they will be removed form the group permanently.Type your paragraph here.
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