Codes of Behaviour
CODES OF CONDUCT
Little Athletics NSW believes that young people involved in sport have a right to participate in a safe and supportive environment. Over-zealous parents and adults, and ill-tempered, disrespectful athletes, sometimes need to be reminded of appropriate standards of behaviour for Little Athletics.
Little Athletics is a community activity, which utilises athletics to help foster the development of Australia’s children, and as such, endorses and applies the following Codes of Conduct.
The privilege of membership with the Little Athletics NSW (LANSW) may be withdrawn where it is determined that a person’s conduct is inconsistent with the mission of LANSW and in clear breach of the Codes of Conduct.
These Behavioural Guidelines aim to give everyone a guide to what is expected of them if they are part of Little Athletics, be it participating, volunteering or standing on the sideline cheering for their child, relative or friend. The guidelines set down what is an acceptable standard of conduct and behaviour and reflect the principles upon which Little Athletics is based.
Acceptance of, and compliance with these guidelines will ensure that Little Athletes will develop good sporting behaviours and be an enjoyable sporting experience, encouraging them to remain involved in sport or otherwise be active throughout their lives.
We ask that everyone take the time to read the guidelines and make a personal commitment to always behave in accordance with the principles contained therein.
CONDITIONS OF VENUE ENTRY
Click here to download a copy of the Conditions of Venue Entry for Little Athletics facilities.
Little Athletics NSW welcomes all comments on our social media channels, including, but not limited to, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. We invite you to utilise social media to promote Little Athletics NSW centres and events, and we want to hear feedback and ideas from our centre members and athletes, about Little Athletics generally, our athletes, coaches, championships, events and our achievements.
You are welcome to express your views, comments, ideas and insights about Little Athletics NSW, its programs and activities. At the same time, you should show courtesy and respect to others and must not use our social media channels to abuse others, expose others to offensive or inappropriate content, or for any illegal purpose.
Click here to download a copy of the Little Athletics NSW Social Media Policy – Acceptable Use.
Section 6A of the Smoke-free Environment Act 2000 makes a number of outdoor
public places smoke-free.
From 7 January 2013, smoking is banned in spectator areas at public sports grounds
and other recreational areas in NSW. However, smoking will only be banned when an
organised sporting event is being held.
For more information pleaes download the NSW Health Fact Sheet