Sports Disciplinary & Code of Conduct

SPORT DISCIPLINARY PROCEDURES

Waiuku College implements disciplinary procedures if:

  • Any player is involved in an incident of gross misconduct during a game of sport where he/she is representing Waiuku College
  • Any player repeatedly failing to fulfil their ‘studentship’ obligations at Waiuku College.
  • If you have been stood down from Waiuku College you are automatically stood down from that week of sport from your chosen team.

The Sport Director/ Sport Coordinator/Teacher in Charge of that Sport/ Waiuku College Principal will hear any major concerns regarding the conduct of an individual or team from Waiuku College involved in sport. From here the individual/team is questioned before a decision is made.  In most cases, the outcome involves a stand-down from one or more future games.  Any complaints received from College Sport regarding any individuals/teams is directed straight to the Sports Director and Waiuku College Principal.

 

CODE OF CONDUCT

All students representing Waiuku College are expected to abide by the rules and regulations within the sports and the school rules.

  1. Students are expected to give total commitment to the sport or code they have selected to play.
  2. Students are required to attend all trainings, games, competitions and pay all fees and uniform costs where applicable. If unable to attend they must notify their coach or manager in advance of the practice or the game.
  3. Students must commit to their selected sport for the entire season.
  4. Students must treat all opponents with respect and courtesy.
  5. Students must respect all officials, coaches, managers and their decisions without gestures or argument.
  6. Students will show that it is a privilege and honour to represent Waiuku College.
  7. Students will win the humility, lose with dignity and exercise self-control at all times.
  8. Students should play hard – but play fair.
  9. Students must wear the correct Waiuku College sporting uniform during the game.

Students will all be expected to sign a code of conduct form when they register to their chosen sport.