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Sport Programme 2019/2020

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Contents

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Purpose and our identity

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Sport at ACG School Jakarta

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Sport department

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Sport on offer

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Communication process

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Facilities, equipment and uniform

14

Selection and trial process

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School sporting achievements

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Conferences

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Fxtures and tournament calendar semester 1

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Student athlete contract

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A brief history of the school

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Purpose The purpose of this handbook is to set out the necessary guidelines and processes to make participation in sport at ACG School Jakarta successful for all involved. At ACG School Jakarta we value sport and physical education as we see the connection and importance of physical activity and sport as an essential pre-requisite for academic success and overall wellbeing. We encourage students and teachers to participate in sport to their best ability and will provide opportunities and exposure to a range of physical activities for students of all ages and abilities to engage in. We view sport as a learning opportunity to support many holistic and lifelong skills that support our students to be well-rounded, physically skilled, commit to effort, be healthy, have a sense of independence and be socially capable.

Our identity Mission

Philosophy

ACG School Jakarta is a diverse community of learners who are open-minded, responsible and caring. We inquire into the world around us through academic programmes that aim to prepare students for life’s opportunities. With an understanding of and respect for others, we actively strive to make a difference, locally and globally.

We believe that our students have the right to learn in a safe and nurturing environment, supported by excellent teachers through an internationally recognised curriculum.

Vision We aspire to be a top performing school in Indonesia and a school of choice for expatriate and local families in Jakarta. We will continue to build our reputation as a school that values and promotes a balanced approach to learning, with a focus on physical and mental health. We will teach literacy and numeracy using a consistent and strong approach. We will develop a Kindergarten that is respected for its activity-based approach to learning. We will continue to offer and improve our internationally recognised academic programmes in the primary and secondary schools. We will offer creative learning experiences where students have the opportunity to pursue and excel in their areas of interest. We will embrace our host country language and culture by strengthening our Bahasa Indonesia programme and providing opportunities to interact with our local community. We will provide facilities and infrastructure required to support our evolving educational and co-curricular needs, as well as the anticipated growth of the school to 650 students. We will help our students to become creative problem solvers who are innovative, entrepreneurial and confident users of technology.

We believe that our teachers inspire and motivate students to become innovative, entrepreneurial, creative problem solvers. We believe in building strong relationships, where teachers know their students holistically and help them to maximise their learning experience. We believe that all members of our community should respect our host country language and culture. We believe in operating in an environmentally sustainable manner. We believe in promoting international-mindedness through our values. We value our diverse community. We learn together; we play together; we grow and are nurtured together. We believe in supporting students’ individual learning needs through a balanced approach. We value a student-centred, holistic education where students learn through inquiry and collaboration, and have voice, choice and ownership. We believe in promoting student-led action as a result of learning. We believe in fostering strong home and school connections.

Values Excellence Partnerships Integrity Compassion

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Sport at ACG School Jakarta Our sporting programme is both wide-ranging and inclusive, offering students a variety of opportunities to participate in different sport. The sport programme focuses on giving students the opportunity to refine their skills, while participating in sporting activities which are friendly, competitive, respectful and well organised. ACG School Jakarta has an athlete contract that outlines how students should behave when participating in sport. ACG School Jakarta plays competitive sport in the ASAC (ASEAN Sports and Activities Conference), JASIS (Jakarta Association of Small International Schools), JAAC (Jakarta Area Athletic Conference), JSC (Jakarta Schools Conference), and SJAC (South Jakarta Athletic Conference). Teams are entered in both boys’ and girls’ sport. Matches are played after school during the school week and on weekends. Codes include basketball, soccer, volleyball, swimming, badminton, and track and field. ACG School Jakarta provides expert coaching in the sport it offers, either through its own staff or by linking with external agencies. In addition, ACG School Jakarta has an outstanding swimming programme led by highly regarded and respected coaches.

Vision Students at ACG School Jakarta value sport, realise their potential and participate to the best of their ability.

Season 1 Team

Practice days

Location

Year level

Practice times

Coach

Length

Senior Boys Soccer

Monday

Field

10-13

2:45 – 4:30

Mr. Graham

Aug 19 – Nov 1

Senior Girls Soccer

Tuesday

Field

10-13

2:45 – 4:30

Mr. Dimas

Aug 19 – Nov 1

Senior Boys Volleyball

Tuesdays / Wednesday

Green Space

10-13

2:45 – 4:15

Mr. Raju

Aug 19 – Nov 1

Senior Girls Volleyball

Monday / Friday

Green Space

10-13

2:45 – 4:15

Mr. Raju Ms. Kate

Aug 19 – Nov 1

Junior Boys Basketball

Tuesday / Thursday

Gym

6-9

2:45 – 4:00

Mr. McPhee

Aug 19 – Oct 5

Junior Girls Basketball

Monday / Friday

Gym

6-9

2:45 – 4:00

Mr. Dimas

Aug 19 – Oct 5

Junior Boys Soccer

Friday

Field

8-9 (u14)

2:45 – 4:00

Mr. Waheed

Aug 19 – Oct 5

Junior Girls Soccer

Thursday

Field

6-9 (u14)

2:45 – 4:00

Ms. Sarrah Ms. Molly

Aug 19 – Oct 5

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Season 2 Team

Practice days

Location

Year level

Practice times

Coach

Length

Senior Boys Basketball

Tuesday / Friday

Gym

9-13

2:45 – 4:30

Mr. Winicki Mr. Brundage

Nov 12 – Feb 14

Senior Girls Basketball

Monday / Thursday

Gym

9-13

2:45 – 4:30

TBA

Nov 11 – Feb 14

Swim Team

Monday / Tuesday / Thursday / Friday

Pool

3 - 13

2:45 – 4:00 (*6:45 – 7:45am Friday)

Mr. McPhee Mr. Firdaus

Nov 11 – Feb 14

Junior Boys Volleyball

Monday / Thursday

Green Space

6-9

2:45 – 4:00

Mr. Fortier Mr. Raju

Oct 21 – Dec 17

Junior Girls Volleyball

Tuesday / Thursday

Green Space

6-9

2:45 – 4:00

Mr. Raju

Oct 22 – Dec 17

U10 JSFL

Thursday

Field

U10

2:45 – 4:00

Mr. Fadli

Oct 24 – Feb 14

U12 JSFL

Tuesday

Field

U12

2:45 – 4:00

Mr. Sweales

Oct 22 – Feb 14

ACG Sports Development Programme Soccer

Friday

Field

3-5

2:45 – 4:00

Ms. Sarrah

Oct 25 – Feb 14

Saturday Soccer Development Programme

Saturday

Field

2-4 5-7 8-10

8:00-9:00 9:00-10:00 10:00-11:00

TBA

Oct 26 - Feb 14

Saturday Basketball Development Programme

Saturday

Gyn

2-4 5-7 8-10

9:00-10:00 10:00-11:00 11.00-12.00

TBA

Oct 26 - Feb 14

Team

Practice days

Location

Year level

Practice times

Coach

Length

Junior Boys Badminton

Tuesday / Thursday

Green Space

6-9

2:45 – 4:00

Mr. Dimas

Mar 2 – May 1

Junior Girls Badminton

Monday / Friday

Green Space

6-9

2:45 – 4:00

Ms. Sarrah

Mar 2 – May 1

Swim Team

Monday / Tuesday / Thursday / Friday

Pool

3 - 13

2:45 – 4:00 (*6:45 – 7:45am Friday)

Mr. McPhee Mr. Firdaus

Feb 17 – May 1

U10 JSFL

Thursday

Field

U10

2:45 – 4:00

Mr. Fadli

Feb 17 – May 1

U12 JSFL

Tuesday

Field

U12

2:45 – 4:00

Mr. Sweales

Feb 17 – May 1

ACG Sport Development Programme Basketball

Friday

Gym

3-5

2:45 – 4:00

Mr. Dimas Ms. Sarrah

Feb 17 – May 1

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Sport department Senior Teacher – Physical Education (Head of Sport Programme) Ryan McPhee - Ryan.McPhee@acgedu.com Teacher – Physical Education (Sports Development Programme) Dimas Indrakumala - Dimas.Indrakumala@acgedu.com Teacher – Physical Education (Head of Swimming) David Firdaus - David.Firdaus@acgedu.com Teacher – Physical Education Sarrah Nadya - Sarrah.Nadya@acgedu.com

Sport on offer Senior Boys Soccer The Senior Boys Wolves Soccer team is open to all boys in Years 10–13. Mondays are a regular practice day where students work on the fundamentals and team tactics of seven-a-side competitive play. Home and away games with neighbouring schools and club teams are scheduled throughout the season. Games take place either directly after school with teams that are in close proximity to ACG School Jakarta, or on Saturday mornings. Members of this team will also be chosen to travel to Hanoi, Vietnam on 23-26 April 2020 for the ASAC Tournament. Season: 19 August – 1 November

Coach: Mr Mark Graham

Practice times: Monday 2.45 – 4.30pm

Registration fee: IDR 1,100,000

Practice location: ACG field

Conference: ASAC SJAC

Senior Girls Soccer The Senior Girls Wolves Soccer team is open to all girls in Years 10–13. Tuesdays are a regular practice day where students work on the fundamentals and team tactics of seven-a-side competitive play. Home and away games with neighbouring schools and club teams are scheduled throughout the season. Games take place either directly after school with teams that are in close proximity to ACG School Jakarta, or on Saturday mornings. Members of this team will also be chosen to travel to Hanoi, Vietnam on 23-26 April 2020 for the ASAC Tournament. Season: 19 August – 1 November

Coach: Mr Dimas Indrakumala

Practice times: Tuesday, 2.45 – 4.30pm

Fee: IDR 1,100,000

Practice location: ACG field

Conference: ASAC SJAC

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Senior Boys Volleyball The Senior Boys Wolves Volleyball team is open to all boys in Years 10–13. The team practises twice per week, focusing on developing the offensive and defensive principles of indoor competitive play. Home and away games are scheduled throughout the season with neighbouring schools. Games take place either directly after school with teams in close proximity to ACG School Jakarta, or on Saturday mornings. Members of this team will also be chosen to travel to Hanoi, Vietnam on 31 October - 3 November 2019 for the ASAC Tournamennt. Season: 19 August – 1 November

Coach: Mr Raju

Practice times: Tuesday/Wednesday

Fee: IDR 1,400,000

2.45 – 4.15pm

Conference:

Practice location: ACG Green Space

ASAC SJAC

Senior Girls Volleyball The Senior Girls Wolves Volleyball team is open to all girls in Years 10–13. This team practices twice per week, focusing on developing the offensive and defensive principles of indoor competitive play. Games are scheduled, home and away, throughout the season with neighbouring schools. Games take place either directly after school with teams that are in close proximity to ACG School Jakarta, or on Saturday mornings. Members of this team will also be chosen to travel to Hanoi, Vietnam on 31 October - 3 November 2019 for the ASAC Tournament. Season: 19 August – 1 November

Coach: Mr Raju & Ms Kate Schiman

Practice times: Monday/Friday

Fee: IDR 1,400,000

2.45 – 4.15pm

Conference:

Practice location: ACG Green Space

ASAC SJAC

Junior Boys Basketball The Junior Wolves Basketball team is an introductory team programme open to all boys in Years 6-9. The philosophy of this programme is to teach the basics of the game in a fun and structured environment. Students under 12 will use the smaller size 5 basketball and a lower hoop in order to scaffold their skills. Games will be scheduled on Saturdays. Season: 19 August – 5 October

Coach: Mr Ryan McPhee

Practice times: Tuesday/Thursday

Fee: IDR 1,300,000

2.45 – 4.00pm

Conference:

Practice location: ACG Gym

JAMISSA

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Junior Girls Basketball The Junior Wolves Basketball team is an introductory team programme open to all girls in Years 6-9. The philosophy of this programme is to teach the basics of the game in a fun and structured environment. Games will be scheduled on Saturdays. Season: 19 August – 5 October

Coach: TBA

Practice times: Monday/Friday

Fee: IDR 1,300,000

2.45 – 4.00pm

Conference:

Practice location: ACG Gym

JAMISSA

Junior Boys Soccer The Junior Boys Wolves Soccer team is open to all boys in Years 8-9 (U14). Fridays are a regular practice day where students work on the fundamentals and team tactics of seven-a-side competitive play. Games take place on Saturdays.

Season: 19 August – 5 October

Coach: Mr Qasam Wahid

Practice times: Friday 2.45 – 4.00pm

Fee: IDR 940,000

Practice location: ACG field

Conference: JAMISSA

Junior Girls Soccer The Junior Girls Wolves Soccer team is open to all girls in Years 6-9 (U14). Thursdays are a regular practice day where students work on the fundamentals and team tactics of seven-a-side competitive play. Games take place on Saturdays.

Season: 19 August – 5 October

Coach: Ms Sarrah & Ms Molly

Practice times: Thursday, 2.45 – 4.00pm

Fee: IDR 940,000

Practice location: ACG field

Conference:

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Senior Boys Basketball The Senior School Boys Wolves Basketball team is open to all boys in Years 10-13. The team practises twice per week, with a strong focus on developing the fundamentals of dribbling, passing, shooting, man-to-man defence and a basic motion team offence. All skill levels are welcome. Home and away games are scheduled throughout the season with neighbouring schools. Games take place either directly after school with teams that are in close proximity to ACG, or on Saturday mornings. Members of this team will also be chosen to travel to Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam on 13-16 February 2020 for the ASAC Tournament. Season: Coach: 12 November - 14 February Mr Josh Winicki Practice times: Tuesday / Friday 2.45 – 4.30pm Practice location: ACG Gym

Mr Dave Brundage Fee: IDR 1,600,000 Conference: ASAC SJAC

Senior Girls Basketball The Senior School Girls Wolves Basketball team is open to all girls in Years 10-13. The team practises twice per week, with a strong focus on developing the fundamentals of dribbling, passing, shooting, man-to-man defence and a basic motion team offence. All skill levels are welcome. Home and away games are scheduled throughout the season with neighbouring schools. Games take place on Saturday mornings. Members of this team will also be chosen to travel to Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam on 13-16 February 2020 for the ASAC Tournament. Season: 11 November - 14 February

Coach: TBA

Practice times: Monday/Thursday

Fee: IDR 1,600,000

2.45 – 4.30pm

Conference:

Practice location: ACG Gym

ASAC SJAC

Junior Boys Volleyball The Junior Boys Wolves Volleyball team is open to all boys in Years 6–9. The team practises twice per week, focusing on developing the offensive and defensive principles of indoor competitive play. Games take place or on Saturdays.

Season: 21 October - 17 December

Coach: Mr Marc Fortier

Practice times: Monday/Thursday, 2.45 – 4.00pm

Mr Raju

Practice location: ACG Green Space

Fee: IDR 1,300,000 Conference: JAMISSA

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Junior Girls Volleyball The Junior Girls Wolves Volleyball team is open to all girls in Years 6–9. The team practises twice per week, focusing on developing the offensive and defensive principles of indoor competitive play. Games take place on Saturdays.

Season: 22 October - 17 December

Coach: Mr Raju

Practice times: Tuesday/Thursday

Fee: IDR 1,300,000

2.45 – 4.00pm

Conference:

Practice location: ACG Green Space

JAMISSA

Jakarta Schools Football League (JSFL) There are two ACG School Jakarta teams that participate in the Jakarta Schools Football League. Teams are formed based on the age categories of: U10 and U12. The objectives are to promote players development and create a platform for players to play football in a safe and professional environment. The competition will start in September and will run through to November. Competition will be on weekends. Location will be informed. Season: 22 October - 14 February

Coach: U10 Mr Fadli

Practice times: U10 Thursday 2.45 - 4.00pm

U12 Mr Dillon Sweales

U12 Tuesday 2.45 - 4.00pm Practice location: ACG field

Fee: IDR 2,000,000 Conference: JSFL

ACG Sport Development Programme The ACG Sports Development Programme focuses on the sports of basketball and soccer for students in years 2-10. This activity will provide an introduction to two of the main codes offered through ACG’s Athletics Programme. Students will learn the basic rules and tactics using modified equipment and age appropriate drills and games. Season: 25 October - 14 February

Practice location: ACG Gym/field

17 February - 1 May

Coach: TBA

Practice times: Soccer: Friday, 2.45 - 4.00pm Soccer: Saturday Years 2-4 : 8.00 - 9.00am Years 5-7 : 9.00 - 10.00am Years 8-10 : 10.00 - 11.00am

Fee: Friday : IDR 1,000,000 Saturday : IDR 2,000,000 Conference: TBA

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Junior Boys Badminton The Junior Boys Wolves Badminton team is open to boys from Years 6-9. The team will practise twice a week at ACG Green Space. Students will develop the strategies and tactics of singles and doubles play. Matches and tournaments will be will take place on Saturdays.

Season: 2 March - 1 May

Coach: TBA

Practice times: Tuesday/Thursday

Fee: IDR 500,000

2.45 – 4.00pm

Conference:

Practice location: ACG Green Space

JSC

Junior Girls Badminton The Junior Girls Wolves Badminton team is open to girls from Years 6-9. The team will practise twice a week. Students will develop the strategies and tactics of singles and doubles play. Matches and tournaments will be will take place on Saturdays.

Season: 2 March - 1 May

Coach: TBA

Practice times: Monday/Friday

Fee: IDR 500,000

2.45 – 4.00pm

Conference:

Practice location: ACG Green Space

JSC

Orcas Swim Team The ACG Orcas Swim Team is made up of boys and girls from Years 3–13. Swimmers have the option to train four days per week, and are expected to attend at least two training sessions per week. There are several swim meets throughout the season, including the annual JASIS Swim Carnival. Season: 11 November - 14 February

Practice location: ACG Pool

17 February - 1 May

Coach: Mr Ryan McPhee

Practice times: Monday / Tuesday / Thursday 2:45 – 4:00pm Friday 6:45 – 7:45am

Mr David Firdaus Registration fee: IDR 2,100,000 Conference: JAAC ASAC

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Communication process Communication is essential in coordinating ACG School Jakarta’s Sports Programmes. The following table identifies the process between students, coaches, teachers, parents and the Head of Sport. Issue

Person who makes contact

Communication process

First point of contact

Absent from scheduled practice or a match with another school

Student or parent

Call, text or email to Team Coach team coach as early as possible – no later than 24 hours before the match

Copy in ryan.mcphee@acgedu.com

Notes: Student-athletes will have signed the ACG student-athlete contract and must be available for all practices and matches except for in extreme or extenuating circumstances. Birthdays, study club, medical appointments, and celebrations should be planned around the athlete’s commitments to their team. Students who do not adhere to the ACG student-athlete contract will lose their spot on the team. This will also impact and may prevent that student’s ability to join any other ACG team in the future. Injury / illness

Student or parent

Email, text or call to team coach

Team Coach

ryan.mcphee@acgedu.com

Notes: Student-athletes are expected to attend all practices and games even if they are injured. If they are at school, they are expected to attend the practice or game. Coaches will set modified programmes to enable them to contribute. They are only excused from practices or games if they are not at school that day. Student-athlete vol- Student or parent untarily withdrawing from a team

Schedule an in-person meeting with team coach. Meetings can be scheduled through call, email, or text, but meeting must take place in person

Team Coach

ryan.mcphee@acgedu.com

Notes: Student-athletes who sign the ACG Student-athlete contract are agreeing to commit to that team for its entire season. Withdrawing from a team, unless for extreme or extenuating circumstances, will impact and may prevent that student’s ability to join any other ACG team in the future. ACG Athletics Feed- Parent, student, back coach, teacher

Email to Head of Sport

Ryan McPhee

ryan.mcphee@acgedu.com

Ryan McPhee

ryan.mcphee@acgedu.com

Notes: All constructive feedback is welcomed and appreciated Registration of interest to coach, assistant coach or officiate

Person interested in a role

Email to Head of Sport

Notes: Parents and students interested in coaching, refereeing, volunteering, etc. need to register interest with the Head of Sport, preferably at the start of the year to allow ideal planning time. Clashes with other sports or school activities

Student or parent

Email to team coach

Coach

ryan.mcphee@acgedu.com

Notes: The Head of Sport will provide families and students with a calendar of practice and games in advance of the season as much as possible. Students are responsible for planning 4 weeks in advance and advising the coaches if there is a clash with another sanctioned school event. Subject teachers are not allowed to set mandatory study sessions after-school during practice and games. It is the student’s responsibility to communicate this with the subject teacher and Head of Sport if a situation does arise.

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Facilities, equipment and uniform Facilities ACG School Jakarta facilities include: •

1 indoor basketball court

1 indoor volleyball court

4 indoor badminton courts

5 lane outdoor swimming pool

1 outdoor seven-a-side soccer field

1 outdoor futsal court

Design and Technology space for STEM events

Uniform Policy All ACG student-athletes are required to follow to the uniform code below. This includes all items listed in the mandatory uniform column. Students are required to replace any lost or damaged items through the school’s resource shop. Failure to have the entire correct uniform on the day of a game may result in that student not being able to play.

Sports Uniform Code

Sport or Event

Mandatory Uniform

Preferred additional uniform

Swimming

ACG Swim Cap ACG Orcas t-shirt

Blue or black FINA approved race swim wear

Basketball

ACG Wolves Basketball Uniform (shorts and jersey)

ACG Athletics warm-up shirt

Volleyball

ACG Wolves Volleyball Uniform (shorts and jersey)

ACG Athletics warm-up shirt

Soccer

ACG Wolves Soccer Uniform (shorts and jersey)

ACG Athletics warm-up shirt

Plain black shin pad socks Badminton

Most updated School PE Uniform

Selection and trial process ACG School Jakarta aims to deliver a fair and equitable selection and trial process, taking into account the following selection criteria: 1. Attendance at trials 2. Physical ability and physical readiness e.g. makes the qualifying time or meets standards required for the sporting code 3. Ability to work in a team 4. Skill level 5. Coachability 6. Mental resilience and positive attitude 7. Decision making 8. Team balance e.g. managing the balance of players per position

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Included alongside the criteria a trial situation will include: 1. Equal trial time. 2. Panel that includes: Coaching staff and an independent selector (no relationship with the trialists) 3. Selection Protocol: Under no circumstances are parents or students to approach selectors to discuss outcomes and the Panel is to keep discussions confidential. A team list is submitted to the Head of Sport who must ratify the decision and announce the team. Students who miss selection can request written feedback from the Panel, based against the Selection criteria within a 3 day period from the announcement of the team. 4. Grievance procedure: If students or parents have a concern that the selection was overlooked they can consider the following process: •

Reflect on the performance with respect to the Selection criteria and consider the qualities of the players selected.

Consider the strength of the team and depth of players.

Dealing with disappointment is a critical life skill, builds resilience and deeper self-awareness.

Non-selection creates an opportunity for parents to role model and work through this process with their son or daughter.

Email the appropriate Head of Code within 7 days. Respectful and courteous communication is expected.

The Head of Sport will then collate feedback and your concerns and you will receive a response within 7 days.

School sporting achievements At the end of the school year during the Sports Prizegiving, student-athletes will be eligible to receive the Most Valuable Player (MVP) or Most Improved Player (MIP) award from each team in the ACG Sports Programme. These awards are selected by the coach with the player receiving an award in recognition of his/her achievement. The MVP is the athlete who contributes the most to his or her team’s success. The MIP is the athlete who demonstrates the significant social, physical or emotional growth throughout a season. All awards are awarded based on coach feedback to the Head of Sport.

Conferences ASAC (ASEAN Sports and Activities Conference) ACG School Jakarta is proud to announce that it has joined the ASEAN Sports and Activities Conference (ASAC). This league offers international competition to ACG athletes in the Senior (Year 10-13) level for 2019/2020 and also the Junior Level (Year 6-9() for 2021/2022. The organization focuses on bringing together like minded international schools from Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia and Indonesia to compete in multi-day sports events. Currently, the main focuses for the league are Basketball, Volleyball, Football and Swimming. However, in the future more events both in sport and in other avenues are likely to be an option. Not only does this league offer our students a chance to interact with individuals from an international setting, but also offers an opportunity to travel and represent our school. Dates Senior Boys & Girls Volleyball: October 31 – November 3: Concordia School, Hanoi, Vietnam Senior Boys & Girls Basketball: February 13 – 16: Vin School Central Park, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam Senior Boys & Girls Football: April 23 – 26: Vin School Times City, Hanoi, Vietnam ISHCMC Swim Invitational: April 24-25: International School Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

JAAC (Jakarta Area Athletic Conference) SJAC (South Jakarta Athletic Conference)

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Fixtures and Tournament Calendar Semester 1 Date August 30

ACG Code Senior Boys & Senior Girls Volleyball Junior Boys & Junior Girls Soccer Senior Boys & Senior Girls Soccer Junior Boys & Junior Girls Basketball

Opponent AIS

Location ACG School Jakarta

Tournament

British School Jakarta ACG School Jakarta

Senior Boys & Senior Girls Football Junior Boys & Junior Girls Basketball Senior Boys & Senior Girls Soccer Junior Boys & Junior Girls Basketbal Senior Boys & Senior Girls Volleyball

ICTHUS

Junior Boys & Junior Girls Basketball Senior Boys & Senior Girls Soccer

Tournament

Junior Boys & Junior Girls Soccer October 5 Junior Boys and Junior Girls Basketball October 28 Senior Boys & Senior Girls Soccer October 31 – Novem- Senior Boys & Senior ber 3 Girls Volleyball November 2 Junior Boys & Junior Girls Volleyball

Tournament

November 30-31

Senior Boys & Girls Basketball

Tournament

November 30

Junior Boys & Junior Girls Volleyball

Tournament

December 6

Junior Boys & Junior Volleyball

Tournament

August 31 September 2 September 3

September 9 September 14 September 19 September 19 September 20

September 21 September 26

September 28

National High AIS

Tournament

Australian Independent School Pajaten Campus ACG School Jakarta

National High

British School Jakarta National High

AIS

ACG School Jakarta

AIS

Tournament

Australian Independent School Pajaten Campus Jakarta Intercultural School Australian Independent School Pajaten Campus Jakarta Intercultural School TBA

ICTHUS

ACG School Jakarta

ASAC Tournament

Concordia School, Hanoi Vietnam Boys @ Jakarta Intercultural School Girls @ British School Jakarta Australian Independent School Pajaten Campus Boys @ British School Jakarta Girls @ Jakarta Intercultural School Jakarta Intercultural School

AIS

Tournament

* Disclaimer: Fixture information is correct at time of publication. Dates and venues are subject to change. The school will endeavour to communicate any changes as soon as possible Sport Programme 2019/2020 - Update August 2019

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Student-athlete contract ACG School Jakarta is proud to introduce its Athletics Programme. Being a student-athlete is a privilege and there are certain responsibilities that you need to be aware of and adhere to. One of the main expectations of a studentathlete is to participation in all practices and games. ACG School Jakarta expects that players will fully comply with the following expectations and responsibilities. 1) Athletes will attend and be on time for all classes, practices and games. Any player who has missed class during the day will not be permitted to compete in games on that day. Students must be available for all practices and matches except for in extreme or extenuating circumstances. Birthdays, study club, medical appointments, and celebrations should be planned around the athlete’s commitments to their team. If a student misses two practices without a valid reason they will lose their spot on the team. The final decision will made by the coach and Head of Sport. This may prevent that student’s ability to join other teams in the future.

E L P M A S

2) Athletes are expected to adhere to the ACG Sports Uniform code.

All ACG student-athletes are required to adhere to the uniform code outlined in the student handbook. This includes all items listed in the mandatory uniform column. Students are required to replace any lost or damaged items through the school’s shop. Failure to have the correct uniform on the day of a game may result in that student not being able to play. 3) Athletes will commit to participate fully in ACG Athletics Programme. This includes: a) Committing to all practices, games and team experiences

b) Committing to staying on the team until the end of the season, unless mutually agreed upon by the coach and the athlete. c) Athletes must conduct themselves in a manner that displays respect for coaches, teammates, game officials and opponents d) Making arrangements to take care of all team fees

e) Taking good care of uniforms and equipment issued for player use.

I, ____________________________ as an athlete at ACG, recognize that there are high expectations for my conduct both during competitions, practices and as a student. I agree to adhere to the above expectations and understand that if at any time I do not live up to the terms of this contract, my participation may be restricted or terminated. I further understand that should this occur I forfeit any fees paid and will not be reimbursed.

_______________________ Student Signature

_____________________________ Parent/Caregiver Signature

_______________________

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A brief history of the school Academic Colleges Group first began operations in Indonesia in 2001 when ACG English School opened at Kelapa Gading. The Director, Wayne Lloyd, led the school in the early days of operations from 2001 until 2005. During his tenure, ACG Education decided to partner with a local investor to open an International School in Jakarta and in 2004, the school opened as ACG International School Jakarta. Jan Menzies was appointed the first principal of the school and served until 2005 with approximately 40 students on the roll. In 2006, Barbara Burns was appointed principal and her knowledge of ACG School operations in New Zealand and her knowledge of international school operations enabled the school to become a registered Cambridge international School. The school recovered quickly from the economic shock of 2008 and an aggressive expansion plan was approved by ACG Education. In 2009, Chris Rawlins was appointed principal to lead the school through significant building renovations and construction. With Chris’ knowledge of the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme and school leadership, the school became an authorized IB PYP school in 2010. During Chris’s time at the school, renovations of the Annex and J Block were completed and in 2011, the main building opened. The school saw rapid roll growth during this time. In 2012 with a student roll of 248, significant changes to the Ministry of Education regulations and licensing led to international schools in Indonesia not only changing their names, but also fulfilling specific requirements. At this time, the school changed its name to ACG School Jakarta and formalized its long standing relationship with ACG Parnell College by signing a Memorandum of Understanding. ACG School Jakarta was one of the first schools to be recognized by the Ministry of Education as having a formal relationship with an offshore and accredited educational institution. In 2015, Indonesia experienced another economic downturn and large numbers of expatriate families (largely connected to the oil and gas industries) relocated from Jakarta leaving schools with as much as a 25% reduction in student roll. The school finished the year with a roll of 494. Henri Bemelmans was appointed principal in 2013 and remained in the position until 2016. Dr. Stuart Tasker was appointed in 2016 and was instrumental in guiding the school through the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme. The school received IBDP authorization in 2017 and began teaching its first cohort of IBDP students at the beginning of the 2017/2018 academic year. The school celebrated its first graduating class of four students in 2017/2018 with all students completing the Cambridge International Examinations A Levels. Graduates were accepted to universities in Indonesia, Australia and the USA. In May 2019, ACG School Jakarta along with all other ACG schools joined Inspired. Inspired is a global group of premium schools educating over 38,000 students on five continents. Uniquely among international school groups, the group is led by top educationalists; and they are also all well-versed in all major school qualifications the world over, including the IB and A levels. Inspired’s Founder and Group Chairman is Nadim M Nsouli who led the strategic growth of the group since inception. Inspired’s President is Graeme Crawford, a renowned educator, who has started over 14 schools in the past 20 years; the Group Education Director is Dr Stephen Spurr who led Westminster School for 10 years (the number 1 ranked academic school in the UK); and Clarissa Farr, former High Mistress of St Paul’s, the leading academic girls’ school in the UK, is our Education Director. This is the premium group that ACG School Jakarta has now joined – 51 high-performing, forward-thinking schools worldwide, and a large extended international family of 38,000 students. Each of our schools, while rooted in – and contributing to - its own community, forms part of a dynamic global network, providing regular opportunities for the exchange both of ideas and international best practice and of students and their teachers. This is precisely the sort of global education that we know will be an advantage in tomorrow’s world, and from which we are certain the students of ACG School Jakarta will derive great benefit. These are the foundations upon which our Strategic Intentions have been built.

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