1. Encourage your children to swim "for the fun of it", not just to please you or their Coach.
2. Never argue with the Referee or other Officials' decisions. Any query should in the first instance be directed to your child's Coach, who can make representations to resolve disputes.
3. Be a good sport. Recognise a good performance whether by another club member, or by those of other clubs.
4. Treat all swimmers as you yourself would like to be treated.
5. Remember the aims of the sport are to have fun, improve skills and feel good.
6. Learn the laws of the sport together with your child. This will make your child a better competitor and you a better spectator.
7. If you have any concerns relating to your child's performance, well-being, progression etc., talk in the first instance to your child's Coach either just before or after a session. To speak with a Coach during a session can be generally disruptive and in extreme circumstances can be dangerous to the participants, no matter how well intended. Coaches will always make themselves available to parents/carers at a suitable time.
8. Please ask your child to inform their Coach about any reason why they may not be swimming at their best.
9. Please inform your child's Coach of any medication that they may be taking. Allergies to any medication must be reported to the Coach.
10. Remember, the aims of the sport are to have fun, improve skills and feel good.
11. Please adhere to the regulations concerning the use of cameras, videos and mobile phone cameras by registering your details with the relevant personnel.Swimmers and parents are to abide by the Code of Conduct and the Clubs Constitution (accessed via the website). Good, fair and respectful behaviour is expected at all pools during and after training sessions and galas. This also applies to outside of training when emails, texts and MSN can be accessed. Inappropriate communication (whether it be verbal or non verbal) and non-adherence to this Code of Conduct and Constitution violates the terms of your membership. Any incident must be brought to the attention of the Head Coach. The incident will then be reported to the Child Support Officer and the Committee. A meeting will take place to resolve any issues. If the incident happens again, the committee will be in its right to revoke the swimmers/parents membership. Refer to Clubs Constitution.