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Posted in: Managing Parents

Helping parents understand the selection process in line with developent of their child

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  • paulcon05

    We are constantly reviewing our selection process and we need to bring the parents more into the equation. Any ideas would be welcome.

  • hadon.westerby

    It really is a case of getting appropriate games for appropriate children - and setting them up for success. Success might be being a 'stronger' player in a weaker team (on occasion) - and a chance to be a leader, or success could be playing above yourself, and meeting that challenge.

    Ask parents what they want from sport for their child - often it is things like; confidence, teamwork, character, and other values. These things are not exclusive to being in the 'A' team each week. 

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