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SPORTS PROGRAMME SATURDAY 14 SEPTEMBER

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Dear Parents and Players, May I offer parents, players, staff and official a very warm welcome to Caterham School. I hope that there are many closely fought encounters today and that all pupils involved go away enriched by their physical endeavours. While striving to win is vitally important, it is not more important than the sportsmanship and friendship that make sport so special and such an integral part of the education that we offer our pupils. With that in mind I hope that all matches today are played in the positive atmosphere that they should be. I remind all of us that we are all responsible for ensuring that the pupils are supported at all times. Please let us all applaud good play from both teams, offer our congratulations to the victors but also acknowledge the efforts of the losers. I have no doubt that every pupil will give their all today and that each and every one of them deserve our praise and support. We hope that you enjoy the hospitality on offer today at Caterham. We aim to make you feel as welcome as possible and to give you the best possible experience of the school. Yours in sport, Matt Baggs Director of Sport


Heads of Hockey Peter Friend and Robert Mugridge All the U12 and U13 will be training. We have been thoroughly excited about the potential of the young players and looking forward to seeing their development. Refreshments for parents will be available throughout the training in the Stephen Smith Room.


CATERHAM SCHOOL SATNAV: CR3 6YA


DIRECTIONS TO CATERHAM SCHOOL HILL FIELDS AND OC CLUB SATNAV: CR3 6AH


Supporter’s Code of Conduct At Caterham School we ask all spectators to; 1) Encourage players to learn the rules and play within them. 2) Discourage unfair play and arguing with officials. 3) Set a good example by recognising fair play and applauding good performance by all players. 4) Avoid belittling players for losing or making mistakes. 5) Accept the judgements of officials and recognise that they have a difficult job. 6) Support all players’ involvement and help them to enjoy the game. 7) Use correct and decent language at all times.

We love dogs - but please keep four-legged friends on a lead whilst on the School site and Hill Fields sports grounds. Unfortunately, where dogs go off-lead onto pitches foxes follow their scent and may mess the pitches. Thank you!

Caterham School, Harestone Valley Road, Caterham, Surrey CR3 6YA 01883 343028 enquiries@caterhamschool.co.uk caterhamschool.co.uk

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