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Dealing With Parents. AGB Code of Conduct Spectators, Parents and Carers. Expected minimum standards of behaviour and conduct As a spectator and/or parent/carer I will : Respect the spirit of fair play in archery Remember that children take part for fun

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Agb code of conduct spectators parents and carers
AGB Code of Conduct Spectators, Parents and Carers

Expected minimum standards of behaviour and conduct

  • As a spectator and/or parent/carer I will:

  • Respect the spirit of fair play in archery

  • Remember that children take part for fun

  • Recognise effort and good play as well as success

  • Remain behind the competitors’ area

  • Display and promote high standards of behaviour

  • Let coaches do their job and don’t confuse the archers by telling them what to do

  • Encourage the archers to respect one another as well as the officials

  • Avoid criticising an archer for making a mistake – mistakes are part of learning

  • Never engage in or tolerate public criticism of archers, coaches or officials



Different situations some not all
Different Situations (some not all)

Telling child off for bad scores

Shouting at judge after a red card to child

Intimidating scorer on own child's target

Going to child’s target to check how they are doing every end.

Spotting arrows loudly (putting others around off)

Dealing with Parents

Intimidating other kids into not calling higher line calls

Continuously telling the child were they are positioned in results

Pointing out other kids bad shots

Coaching loudly (putting others around off)

Shouting at judge after an arrow value is called lower

Telling child off for bad shots




In any of these situations make it clear that if they continue they maybe removed from the field and that they are breaking the AGB Code of

Conduct Spectators, Parents and Carers



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