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INTERNATIONAL CAMPS

BELGRADE SUMMER INTERNATIONAL CAMP

CODE OF CONDUCT

BDA CAMPS CODE OF CONDUCT FOR PLAYERS

All players who attend BDA Camps are expected to adhere to the following rules and guidelines as a condition of being accepted onto any BDA Camp:

  •  Arrive for all camp sessions in good time to prepare thoroughly
  • Turn up with appropriate playing kit for the coaching sessions, ready to work and with a positive attitude
  • Listen to the coaches and your teammates
  • Always warm up and cool down properly
  • Play for fun and enjoyment – not just to please your parents and/or coach
  • Learn and play by the rules
  • Do not argue with officials and/or the coach – use your energies for playing better
  • Recognise and applaud all good play whenever possible (encourage your teammates!)
  • Be a good sport – win with modesty, lose with dignity
  • Respect other people – treat them as you would wish to be treated
  • Do not use bad language or threatening/aggressive behaviour (this will not be tolerated at any LSB camp session)
  • Co-operate with coach, team-mates and opponents
  • Think about what you’ve learnt each session and how you can continue to improve your skills outside of the coaching sessions
  • Inform the coach of any injury as soon as possible if you are injured
  • Inform the coach if you need to leave camp earlier than scheduled
  • Thank officials and opponents after competition

 

If you need to speak to someone in confidence, please speak to your Head Coach or your parent/guardian.

LSB CAMPS CODE OF CONDUCT FOR PARENTS

Parents are welcome to attend BDA Camp training sessions however please be aware that all parents are required to adhere to the Parents Code of Conduct to ensure we can maintain a happy and positive learning environment for all of our campers:

  • Remember that children play for their fun, not yours
  • Encourage children to play, do not force them
  • Praise your child’s efforts whether they win or lose
  • Applaud all good play, irregardless of team, child or position
  • Never ridicule a child for losing or making a mistake
  • Children learn best by following a good example, strive to set a good example for all children
  • Take time to learn the rules of the game to better understand what you are looking at and commenting on
  • Show your appreciation to all officials, coaches, staff and volunteers
  • Condemn the use of violence, profane language and any form of abuse
  • Conduct yourself in a respectable, orderly manner at all times, setting a good example for all children
  • Think of how you can best help the coaches create the most positive and enjoyable experience for your child and his/her teammates

 

If you have any concerns regarding the activity, please speak to the Head Coach

 

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The London School of Basketball (LSB) is London's biggest and most exciting basketball development agency, who focus on teaching the game from the grassroots up.  The LSB specialise in basketball coaching for players of all abilities through a quality-assured, expansive network of qualified coaches and clubs throughout the capital.  We also facilitate educational programs to develop new and improved coaches, stronger clubs and remain committed to creating more opportunities for young Londoners to LEARN, PLAY, DEVELOP & PROGRESS within the game, all across the city.  

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