ARP Summer Camp 2017
It is back and the countdown is on for the Arklow Rocks Fun 3 day Summer Camp. From Tuesday 25th to Thursday 27th July. All boys and girls welcome from ages 4 to 12.
Camp includes fun games, skill challenges (although no previous skill necessary!) and all run by qualified coaches.
Excited to see you all !
CAMP GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
- Arklow Rocks Parnells Hurling and Camogie Easter Camp is open to children between the ages of 5 to 12.
- The hours of the camps are 10.00am to 2.00pm on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 18th to 20th Please be punctual dropping off and collecting your children.
- Arklow Rocks Parnells Hurling and Camogie Easter Camp will include a camp t-shirt in the cost.
- Arklow Rocks Parnells Hurling and Camogie Easter Campreserve the right to suspend or cancel the day’s camp if necessary due to bad weather.
- In cases where the weather is deemed so bad that the coaching activities need to be suspended, the co-ordinator will be available to supervise indoor activities. Should the weather show no sign of improving, the co-ordinator will contact the parent/guardian to advise them and it will then be the responsibility of the parent/guardian to make arrangements to collect the child. The coaching staff will of course supervise all children until they have been collected.
- Arklow Rocks Parnells Hurling and Camogie Easter Camp will operate to the highest standards but it cannot be held liable or responsible for damages, injuries or loss of possessions. We advise valuable items to be left at home.
- Misbehaviour will result in the participant being suspended from the camp; no refund will be given.
YOUNG PLAYERS SHOULD ALWAYS
- Play fairly, do their best and enjoy themselves.
- Respect fellow team members regardless of ability, cultural or ethnic origin, gender, sexual orientation or religion beliefs.
- Support fellow team members regardless of whether they do well or not.
- Represent their team, their Club and their family with pride and dignity.
- Respect all coaches, officials and their opponents.
- Be gracious in defeat and modest in victory.
- Shake hands before and after a game as part of the Give Respect Get Respect initiative, irrespective of the result.
- Inform their Coach/Mentor/Manager in advance if they are unavailable for training and games.
- Take due care of Club equipment.
- Know that it is acceptable to talk to the Club Children’s Officer with any concerns or questions they may have.
- Adhere to acceptable standards of behaviour and their Club’s Code of Discipline.
- Tell somebody else if they or others have been harmed in any way
YOUNG PLAYERS SHOULD NEVER
- Cheat – always play by the rules.
- Shout at or argue with a game’s official, with their Coach, their team mates or opponents and should never use violence.
- Use unfair or bullying tactics to gain advantage or isolate other players.
- Spread rumours.
- Tell lies about adults or other young people.
- Play or train if they feel unwell or are injured.
- Use unacceptable language or racial and/or sectarian references.