Sports Code of Conduct Contract 2024
Sport is an integral aspect of life at Queen’s High School, where it is especially important to exhibit ‘The Queen’s Way’ of Respect for People, Place, and Learning. We show Courage, Integrity, and Excellence in our conduct.
Queen’s High School empowers young women through sport. We encourage students to strive to achieve their personal best and to be a contributing member and work hard within a team. We foster the development of their commitment, discipline, positive attitude, motivation, skill acquisition, and taking responsibility for practice, duty, and game times.
As a student representing Queen’s High School in any sport, my responsibilities are to:
• Be committed; attend all trainings and games at the specified time (there is an expectation that appointments will not be made during practice or game time).
• Communicate in a timely manner with the Director of Sport, Teacher in Charge, or manager of your team if you are unwell (this includes if you are away from school sick) and not able to attend practice or a game.
• Uphold all school rules in terms of behaviour.
• Wear the correct uniform and return it washed at the end of the season. Loss of school sports uniform will incur a cost.
• Show respect and courtesy to the coach, team players, officials, and opponents.
• Be available to do duty as required.
• Commit to playing for the entire season.
Failure to adhere to this contract may affect your participation in Queen’s High School sport. Once you have registered to play sport, you are liable for payment of the sport(s) you sign up for by the deadline date.
Note to Parent/Caregiver
This contract is to ensure that students understand their responsibilities when representing Queen’s High School at sport. Our philosophy is for students to do their best and play fair. Please read this with your daughter and ensure she understands what is expected of her.
“I believe success is achieved
by ordinary people with
“If you want to achieve what others won’t
You have to do what others don’t.”
Ngā mihi - Director of Sport