Primary FOBISIA Codes of Conduct
Players’ Code of Behaviour
● Be a good sport.
● Play for enjoyment.
● Strive for personal excellence
● Work hard for your team as well as yourself.
● Treat all teammates and opponents as you enjoy being treated yourself.
● Play by the rules.
● Cooperate with team and game officials.
● Control your behaviour on and off the field.
● Learn to value honest effort, skilled performance, and improvement.
Parents’ Code of Behaviour
● Encourage participation by your children.
● Provide a model of good sportsmanship for your child to copy.
● Be courteous in your communication with players, team officials, game officials, and sports
● Encourage honest effort, skilled performance, and team loyalty.
● Make any new parents feel welcome on all occasions.
● Do not interfere with the conduct of any events.
Spectators’ Code of Behaviour
● Demonstrate appropriate social behaviour.
● Remember children play for enjoyment. Don’t let your behaviour detract from their enjoyment.
● Let game officials conduct events without interference.
● Support skilled performances and team play with generous applause.
● Demonstrate respect for opposing players and their supporters.
Team Members’ Code of Behaviour As a team member
● Compete by the competition conditions and rules.
● Never argue with the Judge’s, Referee’s or Umpire’s decision.
● Control your temper - no criticism by word or gesture.
● Work equally hard for yourself and your team - your team’s performance will benefit and so will your own.
● Respect the curfew set by the host school. This will assist your own and your team's performance.
● Be a good sport. Encourage and support your own team members.
● Co-operate with your coach and teammates. Show respect for your opponents and their skills.
● Be friendly to all participants.
As a Guest in Hotels
● Check for any damage to premises on arrival and notify your team official.
● Keep your room tidy - make your own bed, help with chores.
● Do not leave the accommodation area without permission from the team manager.
● Be aware of which teacher is on supervision duty.
● Know where your team officials are staying.
Team Officials’ Code of Behaviour
● Ensure that your behaviour at all times, whether at or away from the playing venue, does not bring the name of "School Sport" into disrepute
● Avoid over-playing the talented players. All players need and deserve appropriate time
● Develop team respect for the ability of opponents as well as for the judgement of officials and
● Compliment participants on their efforts
● Condemn unsporting behaviour
● Ensure that your behaviour is consistent with the principles of good sporting behaviour
● Refrain from criticism of or reaction to the umpire's/referee's judgement and decision
● Maintain a standard of dress appropriate to the presentation of the team
● Refrain from over-zealous coaching from the sideline.
● Refrain from smoking and consuming alcohol at any time while in the direct supervision of students.