THE NORTHERN SYDNEY SCHOLASTIC& SPORTS ACADEMY THE NORTHERN SYDNEY SCHOLASTIC & SPORTS ACADEMY                            ...
For more information about the Academy and the School - www.narrabeen-h.schools.nsw.edu.au
ContentsOur Vision _______________________________________________________________                        2Mission Stateme...
Our Vision    To be recognised as a regional centre of excellence for the development of high performance sport within    ...
A Balanced Curriculum & aCommitment to LearningThe Academy will operate in unison with the academic and social framework o...
Our Sporting Stars    Narrabeen Sports High School has a long tradition of involvement in the ‘all round’ education and   ...
The Academy StructureThe Academy operates at two levels: The Elite Athlete Program, and the Emerging Elite Athlete Program...
The Mentoring Program                                                     Narrabeen Sports High School is actively buildin...
Meet the Academy Head Coaches     Mick Keys – AFL     Bachelor of Human Movement, Bachelor of Secondary Education, Masters...
Academy Staff Contact Details    ROLE                                              SURNAME NAME            EMAIL ADDRESS  ...
THE NORTHERN SYDNEY SCHOLASTIC & SPORTS ACADEMY                                                                           ...
Academy Staff Role Descriptions                                         ACADEMY HEAD COACH                                ...
Academy Staff Role Descriptions                                ACADEMY SPORTS SUPERVISOR                                  ...
Academy Staff Role Descriptions                                  ACADEMY TEACHER MENTOR                                   ...
For more information about the Academy and the School - www.narrabeen-h.schools.nsw.edu.au
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  1. 1. THE NORTHERN SYDNEY SCHOLASTIC& SPORTS ACADEMY THE NORTHERN SYDNEY SCHOLASTIC & SPORTS ACADEMY AT NARRABEEN SPORTS HIGH SCHOOL NARRABEEN SPORTS HIGH SCHOOL Education & & Education Communities Communities For more information about the Academy and the School - www.narrabeen-h.schools.nsw.edu.au
  2. 2. For more information about the Academy and the School - www.narrabeen-h.schools.nsw.edu.au
  3. 3. ContentsOur Vision _______________________________________________________________ 2Mission Statement ________________________________________________________ 2A Balanced Curriculum And A Commitment To Learning ____________________ 3Our Sporting Stars _______________________________________________________ 4The Academy Structure __________________________________________________ 5The Mentoring Program __________________________________________________ 6Meet the Academy Head Coaches ________________________________________ 7Academy Staff Contact Details _________________________________________ 8Expression Of Interest Form ______________________________________________ 9Academy Staff Role Descriptions ____________________________________ 10 - 12 For more information about the Academy and the School - www.narrabeen-h.schools.nsw.edu.au 1
  4. 4. Our Vision To be recognised as a regional centre of excellence for the development of high performance sport within the curriculum of a Comprehensive Secondary School. Mission Statement To create an innovative and excellent elite sports program that engages athletes/students in positive behaviour and active learning, which culminates in the promotion of an athlete/student’s full sporting, vocational and academic potential.2 For more information about the Academy and the School - www.narrabeen-h.schools.nsw.edu.au
  5. 5. A Balanced Curriculum & aCommitment to LearningThe Academy will operate in unison with the academic and social framework of the schoolcurriculum, and therefore the educational value of sport in the overall development of thestudent will be of major consideration. Academic & Vocational Opportunities Social Values At Northern Sydney Scholastic & Sporting Academy we Narrabeen Sports High School is actively building a recognise the incredible demands made of young athletes school culture that promotes respectful and responsible as they balance commitments in their chosen sport and in behaviours and encourages students to achieve success. the classroom at Narrabeen Sports High School. We value These three core values aim at creating a community a balanced curriculum, and to assist elite level athletes which is respectful, responsible and successful and underpin all programs at the Northern Sydney Scholastic achieve their academic potential we have appointed & Sports Academy. teacher mentors who will work with students in small group settings to ensure all course work is complete. Participants in the Elite and Emerging Elite Athlete programs at the Northern Sydney Scholastic & Sports This will involve: Academy will receive explicit instruction in how to • Recording lectures by classroom teachers when an elite conduct themselves using this behavioural approach. Elite level athlete is absent due to sporting commitments. and Emerging Elite Athletes will demonstrate positive • Offering homework and assignment assistance to help behaviour by being: students understand key concepts across their different RESPECTFUL subjects and complete coursework. • Embracing difference, diversity and working well in • Teacher Mentors at the Academy and guest speakers team situations leading a variety of workshops focusing on habits of • Developing strategies to overcome differences and mind such as motivation, leadership, teamwork, time communicate effectively management and goal setting to maximise outcomes • Respecting the rules and regulations that govern on the sports arena and in the classroom. their chosen sport RESPONSIBLE In addition to a rigorous academic curriculum, the • Taking ownership for one’s own actions School also offers a variety of Vocational and Educational • Managing sporting, academic and family Training courses including: commitments effectively • Demonstrating leadership and helping others to • Sport and Recreation - Certificate 2 achieve their goals • Trade and Construction - Certificate 3. Over $1,000,000 SUCCESSFUL has been spent on a new Trade Training Centre which is on • Accepting critical feedback to develop and improve school grounds performance • Hospitality - Certificate 2. Over $1,000,000 has been spent • Setting and achieving meaningful goals on a commercial grade kitchen, which is on school grounds. • Striving for one’s personal best For more information about the Academy and the School - www.narrabeen-h.schools.nsw.edu.au 3
  6. 6. Our Sporting Stars Narrabeen Sports High School has a long tradition of involvement in the ‘all round’ education and development of many Australian sporting stars, from a variety of sporting disciplines. A large number have become national and, in some cases, international sporting icons.4 For more information about the Academy and the School - www.narrabeen-h.schools.nsw.edu.au
  7. 7. The Academy StructureThe Academy operates at two levels: The Elite Athlete Program, and the Emerging Elite Athlete Program.These programs have been designed to cater for the differing sporting skill levels and overall needs ofstudents enrolled at Narrabeen Sports High School. As the School is a Selective Sports High School itmeans that students living anywhere in Northern Sydney may apply for enrolment.The coaches, and coaching staff, employed by the Academy are all fully qualified and accredited within theirchosen sporting discipline. Many of them have played, and coached, their chosen sport at a state and nationallevel. For more information on coach experience and accreditation in a specific sport refer to page 7 in thisbooklet or go to www.narrabeen-h.schools.nsw.edu.au The Elite Athlete Program The Emerging Elite Athlete Program OBJECTIVE OBJECTIVE To provide developing elite athletes, in Years 11-12, with an To provide developing athletes in Years 7-10 with an environment for academic and social development, whilst opportunity to develop skills relating to a chosen sport. acknowledging the individual training and competition demands of a chosen sport. SPORTS OFFERED • AFL • Rugby All Code Program SPORTS OFFERED • Basketball • (Rugby League & Rugby 7s) The chosen sport does not need to be one coached at the • Dance • Swimming School. The Academy recognises the individual training, • Football (Soccer) • Tennis and competition, demands of every sport. Assistance in the • Netball • Touch Football management of these demands will be given to all elite athletes. RATIONALE A developing athlete may enrol at Narrabeen Sports High RATIONALE School, and become a member of the Northern Sydney A developing elite athlete may enrol at Narrabeen Sports Scholastic and Sports Academy, in order to assist in skills High School and become a member of the Northern Sydney development. Scholastic and Sports Academy in order to accommodate for specific training and competition requirements. CRITERIA An athlete must be in Years 7-10 and participating at a CRITERIA club level in the chosen sport. Active involvement in the An athlete will have been selected at a State or National level chosen sport will also be considered. Athletes must have for their chosen sport, and have demonstrated a willingness demonstrated a willingness to apply effort to developing to apply effort to developing their academic and social their academic and social responsibilities. responsibilities. SERVICES PROVIDED SERVICES PROVIDED: • Specific skills coaching in a chosen sport will be • Individualised academic timetables provided every Tuesday and Thursday mornings from • Mentoring by staff - Teacher Mentors of Learning 8.15 am – 9.45 am. It is envisaged that team training, and • Sport focused seminars matches, will occur with increasing student interest. • Coaching support and financial assistance • Mentoring by staff - Teacher Mentors of Learning • Sport focused seminars COST Membership of the Academy will cost $50.00 per term. This COST fee will cover all mentoring/seminar costs and the cost of Membership of the Academy will cost $250.00 per term. an Academy polo shirt, (there may be additional costs for This fee will cover all school based coaching expenses, excursions/competitions or travelling expenses). mentoring/seminar costs and the cost of an Academy polo shirt, (there may be additional costs for excursions/ competitions or travelling expenses). For more information about the Academy and the School - www.narrabeen-h.schools.nsw.edu.au 5
  8. 8. The Mentoring Program Narrabeen Sports High School is actively building a school culture that promotes respectful and responsible behaviours and encourages students to achieve success. Students in the Academy will receive support, guidance and instruction from both Sport Supervisors and Teacher Mentors who are all members of the teaching staff at Narrabeen Sports High School. These fully qualified and trained staff will assist young athletes as they balance commitments in their chosen sport and in the classroom. The mentoring program as outlined below offers students a range of learning experiences to assist them in achieving their personal best. KEY Mentoring Timetable by SportDAY THURSDAY Rugby  All  Code 23  July  2013 25  July  2013 Touch,  AFL eam  Building Team  Building KEY KEY Rugby  All  Code Dance,  Football,  Tennis 6  August  2013 Touch,  AFL 8  August  2013 Basketball,  Netball,  Swimming ng cursion  -­‐  TBA Term  One,  2  013 Excursion  -­‐ TBA Term  Three,  2013 Dance,  Football,  Tennis 20  August  2013 TUESDAY 22  August  2013 Swimming 3 Basketball,  Netball,  THURSDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY 5  February  2013 7  February  2013 12  February  2013 14  February  2013 16  July  2013 18  July  2013 23  July  2013 25  July  2013 BA Nutrition Nutrition Welcome  and   Fitness  Testing               Fitness  Testing               Week2 Week3 Week1 Week2 Coaching  -­‐  ALL Coaching  -­‐  ALL Guest  Speaker  -­‐  ALL Team  Building Team  Building Orientation  -­‐  ALL All  football  codes All  other  sports 13 September  2013 5  September  2013 19  February  2013 21  February  2013 26  February  2013 28  February  2013 30  July  2013 1  August  2013 6  August  2013 8  August  2013Narralympics Narralympics Academy  Presentation   Week4 Week5 Week3 Week4 Stretching Stretching Coaching  -­‐  ALL Excursion  -­‐  TBA Excursion  -­‐  TBA Excursion  -­‐  TBA Excursion  -­‐  TBA Breakfast  -­‐  ALL 013  September  2013 19  September  2013 5  March  2013 7  March  2013 12  March  2013 14  March  2013 13  August  2013 15  August  2013 20  August  2013 22  August  2013 cs in  sport rugs   Fitness  Testing                 Fitness  Testing               Stretching sport Drugs  in   Week6 Week7 Week5 Week6 Stretching Nutrition Nutrition Nutrition Nutrition All  football  codes All  other  sports 013 19  March  2013 21  March  2013 26  March  2013 28  March  2013 27  August  2013 29  August  2013 3  September  2013 5  September  2013ort Goal  Setting  &  Study   Goal  Setting  &  Study   Week8 Week9 Week7 Week8 Nutrition Nutrition Nutrition Nutrition Narralympics Narralympics Skills SkillsDAY THURSDAY 5  October  2013 17  October  2013 2  April  2013 4  April  2013 9  April  2013 11  April  2013 10  September  2013 12  September  2013 17  September  2013 19  September  2013 rugs  in  sport Goal  Setting  &i  n  tudy   Goal  Setting  &  Study   Drugs   S sport Week10 Week11 Week10 Week9 Beach  Fitness Beach  Fitness Narralympics Narralympics Drugs  in  sport Drugs  in  sport Skills Skills 13 9  October  2013 31  October  2013 Excursion  -­‐  ort Term  Two,  2013 Excursion  -­‐   Term  Four,  2013Gymnastics Gymnastics TUESDAY THURSDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY 30  April  2013 2  May  2013 7  May  2013 9  May  2013 8  October  2013 10  October  2013 15  October  2013 17  October  2013 13ovember  2013  N 14  November  2013 Week1 Week2 Week1 Week2 -­‐   Beach  Fitness Beach  Fitness Physiology Physiology Coaching    -­‐  ALL Guest  Speaker  -­‐  ALL Drugs  in  sport Drugs  in  sport each  Fitness Beach  Fitness s 14  May  2013 16  May  2013 21  May  2013 23  May  2013 22  October  2013 24  October  2013 29  October  2013 31  October  2013 013  November  2013 28  November  2013 TBA  (Yr  8  &  10)                                              (  Yr    8  &                                         TBA                    10)   Excursion  -­‐   Excursion  -­‐   Excursion  -­‐   Excursion  -­‐   Week3 Week4 Week3 Week4 Physiology PhysiologySocial  Media (Yr  7  &  9  to  NAPLAN) (Yr  7  &  9  to  NAPLAN) ss Social  Media Gymnastics Gymnastics Gymnastics Gymnastics 28  May  2013 30  May  2013 4  June  2013 6  June  2013 5  November  2013 7  November  2013 12  November  2013 14  November  2013 013  December  2013 12  December  2013 Week5 Week6 Week5 Week6  and  Coaching  -­‐   Injury  Rehab Injury  Rehab BBQ  and  Coaching    -­‐   Injury  Rehab Injury  Rehab Beach  Fitness Beach  Fitness Beach  Fitness Beach  Fitness ia football  codes All  other  sports 11  June  2013 13  June  2013 18  June  2013 20  June  2013 19  November  2013 21  November  2013 26  November  2013 28  November  2013 013 Fitness  Testing               Fitness  Testing               Week7 Week8 Week7 Week8 Nutrition Nutrition Nutrition Nutrition Social  Media Social  Mediahing    -­‐   All  football  codes All  other  sportsorts 25  June  2013 27  June  2013 3  December  2013 5  December  2013 10  December  2013 12  December  2013 BBQ  and  Coaching  -­‐   BBQ  and  Coaching    -­‐   Week10 Week9 Week9 Team  Building Team  Building Social  Media Social  Media All  football  codes All  other  sports 6 For more information about the Academy and the School - www.narrabeen-h.schools.nsw.edu.au
  9. 9. Meet the Academy Head Coaches Mick Keys – AFL Bachelor of Human Movement, Bachelor of Secondary Education, Masters of Exercise Science (Strength and Conditioning), Level 2 AFL coach, Head Coach Sydney Swans Academy program (2010- Current. Ages 11 to 18), Talent Player Program (TPP) coach (2009-current), Head Coach UNSW/ES Under 18 team in the Sydney AFL competition (2010/2011), Assistant coach NSW/ACT State team (under 16s and 18s), Represented Sydney Swans Reserve grade team, Captained 2 premiership winning teams (2002,2005). Brad Dalton - Basketball NCAS level 3 coach, 25 years coaching (beginners to elite), 13 years playing in NBL, 10 years playing in Australian team (1981 – 1990), Olympic Games (1984 & 1988), World Championships (1982 & 1986). Apryl Curtin - Dance Royal Academy of Dance Elementary Ballet Certificate, Certificate 3 in live production, Theatre and Events (CUE30203), Groove and Shuffle School of Performing Arts Dance Teaching Certificate, Hip Hop, Jazz, Modern and Tap dance teacher since 2009. Karan Smith – Netball Level 1 Coaching Certificate, Australian Satellite Specialist Coach (1991), Manly Warringah Junior Coach/Manager, Manly Warringah selector, Assistant Head Coach with Anne Sargeant Netball Clinics for over 25 years, Joint Head Coach J.E.T.S ( junior elite talent squad ) , Australian Diamond netball team (1981-1983), World Championship title (1983), Australian Institute of Sport (1981), NSW Open team 7 years (several National titles), Manly Warringah Open and Division 1 team 7 years NSW champions. Glenn Moore – Rugby All Code (Rugby League) Level 2 Coach, Senior First Aid Certificate, Level 1 Sports Trainer, Head Coach of the Northern Beaches Secondary College (Freshwater Campus) Senior Team (2010-2012), Head Coach of Pittwater House Junior Team (2012), Head Coach of U/14 Development Squad Manly Sea Eagles (2010-2012) , Assistant Coach of the Manly Sea Eagles H/Matts U/16 (2010-2012, 2012 Head Coach of the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles H/Matts U/16). Jason Grier – Rugby All Code (Rugby Sevens) Level 4 Rugby Coach – NZRU, Level 2 Rugby Coach – ARU, Bachelor of Physical Education – ACPE, First Grade Coach – Gordon Rugby Club (2011/2012), Junior Gold Coach – ARU ( 2011/2012), Rugby Manager – Gordon Rugby Club (2011-2012), Director of Rugby at Ready Rugby. Dan Sheppard - Football UEFA B Licence (Awaiting date of final assessment), FA Level 2 Football Coaching, FFA Futsal Licence & FA Futsal Level 1, BSc Hons Sport Studies with an additional year at UWS, Foundation Degree Sports Studies, Speed Agility and Quickness Level 1, Level 2 Certificate in Fitness Instructing, Level 2 certificate in Exercise and fitness knowledge, Northern Tigers Under 16 Boys, Knox Grammar 2nds (2011 & 2012), Northern Tigers U14 & Youth (Premiership winners) Futsal Super League, Stevenage FC (English League One) community, devel- opment, and Centre of Excellence coach, Luton Town FC (English conference) Talent Identification Program coach, Stevenage FC Under 18 and 19 Elite Development Programme (2004-2006), Semi-professional in South England (2006-2010). Andrew McKee – Strength and Conditioning Certificate 3 - Gym Instructor, Certificate 4 - Personal Trainer, Children, Adult and Older Adult Trainer, Registered Master Trainer Fitness Australia, Punchfit Boxing Trainer, Senior First Aid, Nutrition and Weight Management, Vast experience in personal training and life coaching through own personal training business, Train clients of varying ages from toddlers through to clients in later stages of life. John Asmus – Swimming ASCTA, Bronze Swimming Coach, Level 1 ACC Surf Life Saving Swim and Board Coach, 10 years Surf Life Saving, 7 years Competitive Swimming. Scott Van West – Tennis Qualified Club Professional - Tennis Australia, Advanced Level 2 - Australian Tennis Professional Coaches Association, Active After School Communities Provider (AASC), Apply First Aid Certificate, 20 years coaching - juniors and adults, 10 years coaching elite juniors, 5 years coaching elite juniors - Sydney Academy of Sport, Local junior/district representative, Regional tournament player. Jye Malcom – Touch Football Level 2 Coach, Level 1 Referee, Level 1 Selector, CHS & All Schools U/15s Captain (1997), CHS Opens Captain, National Champions (1999), NSW U/20s (2000 & 2001) Captain State Of Origin, Sydney Scorpions Open Mixed and Men’s Representative (1999 – 2004), Australian Representative U/15s (1997), Australian Representative U/18s (1999 & 2000), Australian Representative U/20s 2001 Youth World Cup (Player of the Tournament), NSW Rebels Elite 8 2011 Men’s Representative. Biannual National Competition - Top 120 players in Australia. For more information about the Academy and the School - www.narrabeen-h.schools.nsw.edu.au 7
  10. 10. Academy Staff Contact Details ROLE SURNAME NAME EMAIL ADDRESS PH.NO Academy Administrator Dipper Karen KAREN.DIPPER1@det.nsw.edu.au 9913 7802 Academy Director Stokes Peter peter.stokes@det.nsw.edu.au 0488 417 980 AFL - Head Coach Keys Mick mick.keys@aflnswact.com.au 0410 668 733 Basketball - Head Coach Dalton Brad bdaltbasketball@optusnet.com.au 0405 158 598 Basketball - Coach Jenkins Sanford san.triplethreat@gmail.com 0406 757 159 Bus Clark Dave bbalkind@bigpond.net.au 0419 351 763 Dance - Head Coach Curtin Apryl apryl01@hotmail.com 0404 737 385 Netball - Head Coach Smith Karan kazsmith61@optusnet.com.au 0414 313 672 Rugby All Code (7s) Grier Jason jason@readyrugby.com.au 0416 486 121 Rugby All Code (League) Moore Glenn ginomoore@hotmail.com 0434 948 387 Football - Head Coach Sheppard Daniel dan_shep01@hotmail.com 0478 004 309 Football - Coach Lee Grant glee1961@hotmail.com 0409 045 480 Sports Supervisor (Basketball, Netball, Swimming) Frost Courtney courtney.frost1@det.nsw.edu.au 0405 265 463 Sports Supervisor ( Rugby All Code, Touch, AFL) Wood Ian Ian.L.Wood@det.nsw.edu.au 0411 557 405 Sports Supervisor (Tennis, Dance, Football) Wigan John JohnWigan2@det.nsw.edu.au. 0405 661 296 Strength/Conditioning McKee Andrew andrew@personallytrained.com.au 0402 693 008 Swimming - Head Coach Asmus John jfasmus@hotmail.com 0414 441 851 Teacher Mentor Moore Peter Peter.Moore39@det.nsw.edu.au 0405 447 661 Teacher Mentor Deane Rebecca Rebecca.Deane2@det.nsw.edu.au 0430 400 849 Tennis - Head Coach Van West Scott scottvanwest@gmail.com 0400 082 000 Touch - Head Coach Malcolm Jye jye@pittwatersports.com.au 0435 802 652 Touch - Coach Malcolm Judy(Tues) malcomfive@optusnet.com.au 0438 255 928 Touch - Coach Davis Danielle danielle.davis.oztag@hotmail.com 0433 818 6058 For more information about the Academy and the School - www.narrabeen-h.schools.nsw.edu.au
  11. 11. THE NORTHERN SYDNEY SCHOLASTIC & SPORTS ACADEMY AT NARRABEEN SPORTS HIGH SCHOOL Education & Communities To be a member of the Academy a student must be enrolled at Narrabeen Sports High School. If you are interested please follow the steps below. 1. Fill in the details on this form. 2. Send this completed form with a copy of a recent school report to: Northern Sydney Scholastic and Sports Academy Narrabeen Sports High School 10 Namona Street, North Narrabeen NSW 2101 3. After we receive this information you will be notified on the progress of your application. You will be sent enrolment application forms which must be completed before final acceptance into the Academy. STUDENT INFORMATION Family Name:_______________________________________ Given Names:________________________________________ SPORT CHOICE (circle one) Australian Rules Football (AFL) Basketball Dance Netball Football (Soccer) Rugby All Code Swimming Tennis Touch Football Other (please specify)________________________________________________________ Date of Birth: __________________Age________ [ M / F ] School currently attending____________________________________________________ Year ________________________ Brief summary of participation in chosen sport (e.g. club or representative honours) ______________________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Parent/Guardian name_____________________________________________________________________________________ Home Address: ________________________________________________________________________P/Code:__________ Telephone Home: ___________________ Mobile _____________________ Email:________________________________________________________ ACADEMY COSTS Membership of the Academy will cost $250.00 per term for involvement in the Emerging Elite Athlete Program, and $50.00 per term for involvement in the Elite Athlete Program. This fee will cover all school based coaching expenses, mentoring/seminartear here costs and the cost of an Academy polo shirt. (There may be additional costs for excursion/competition or travelling expenses). Address: 10 Namona St. North Narrabeen, NSW 2101 Phone: (02) 9913 7820 Email: narrabeen-h.school@det.nsw.edu.au Website: www.narrabeen-h.schools.nsw.edu.au Parent/Guardian Signature: ____________________________________________ Date: _________________ ForFor more information about the Academy and the School - www.narrabeen-h.schools.nsw.edu.au more information about the Academy and the School - www.narrabeen-h.schools.nsw.edu.au 7
  12. 12. Academy Staff Role Descriptions ACADEMY HEAD COACH Role Description• Organise students, equipment and session planning for every Academy session, i.e. 8.15am to 9.45am on Tuesdays and Thursdays (apart from mentoring sessions - see timetable).• Ensure that the assistant coach is suitably qualified and fully briefed for each session.• Monitor student behaviour and standard of attire during Academy training sessions and report any non-conforming students to the Sports Supervisor.• Work with the Sports Supervisor to ensure there is a sequential program for skill acquisition and that all training sessions are delivered to the highest standard.• Assist in ensuring that students change into school clothing and move quickly to class after Academy training sessions.• Mark the roll and ensure that this is given to a student to hand deliver to the Academy Office immediately after the training session has concluded.• Ensure that the message given to the students is supportive, instructive and that the language is appropriate.• Ensure that the level of sportsmanship is at the highest standard and report any non-conforming students to the supervisor.• Ensure that all injuries are recorded and reported to the Sports Supervisor.• Contact the Sports Supervisor if you are unable to attend an Academy Session.• Organise a wet weather procedure with your students (e.g. classroom session).• Attend four Academy Coaches meetings each year (one each term). ACADEMY COACH Role Description• Assist the Head Coach in organising students, equipment and session planning for every Academy Session, i.e. 8.15am to 9.45am on Tuesdays and Thursdays (apart from mentoring sessions - see timetable).• Monitor student behaviour and standard of attire during Academy training sessions and report any non-conforming students to the Head Coach or Sports Supervisor.• Work with the Head Coach to ensure that there is a sequential program for skill acquisition, and that all training sessions are delivered to the highest standard.• Assist in ensuring that students change into school clothing and move quickly to class after Academy training sessions.• Ensure that the message given to the students is supportive, instructive and that the language used is appropriate.• Ensure that the level of sportsmanship is at the highest standard and report any non-conforming students to the Head Coach or Sports Supervisor.• Ensure that all injuries are recorded and reported to the Head Coach or Sports Supervisor.• Contact the Head Coach or Sports Supervisor if you are unable to attend an Academy Session.• Attend four Academy Coaches meetings each year (one each term). For more information about the Academy and the School - www.narrabeen-h.schools.nsw.edu.au 10
  13. 13. Academy Staff Role Descriptions ACADEMY SPORTS SUPERVISOR Role Description• Be the primary point of contact for all operational matters involving coaching staff.• Assist coaches with the monitoring of student behaviour and standard of attire during Academy training sessions, i.e. 8.15am to 9.45am on Tuesdays and Thursdays.• Work with the Head Coaches and Assistant Coaches to ensure that all training sessions are delivered to the highest standard.• Assistant coaches to ensure that students change into school clothing and move quickly to class after Academy training sessions.• Supervise and monitor roll call procedure and student injury procedure.• Supervise and monitor wet weather and coach sickness procedures.• Spend time at each training venue for every Academy session, to monitor student and coach performance.• Work with the Mentoring Team to assist coaching staff in the delivery a sequential program for skill acquisition.• Liaise with the School Sport Co-ordinator (and PDHPE staff) to promote and administer team participation in competitions and gala days. (Take responsibility for at least one school knockout team).• Write permission slips, VORs and risk assesments for team participation in competitions.• Liaise with coaching staff in all matters pertaining to facility management and equipment. Work with the Mentoring Team and Academy Director on coach equipment requests, equipment purchase, delivery, maintenance and inventory documentation.• Promote values of respect, responsibilty, purpose and integrity.• Foster an ongoing mentoring relationship with students within the Academy Program, monitoring student welfare, wellbeing and attitude.• Attend four Academy Coaches meetings each year (one each term).• Attend four Academy Strategy meetings each year (one each term).11 For more information about the Academy and the School - www.narrabeen-h.schools.nsw.edu.au
  14. 14. Academy Staff Role Descriptions ACADEMY TEACHER MENTOR Role Description• Organise the writing of Academy report (one per semester).• Create timetables for mentors, students, coaches and coach supervisors.• Plan, program and deliver quality mentoring sessions.• Confirm venue bookings for weekly coaching and excursions.• Coordinate and deliver elite program.• Meet elite athletes regularly and liase with teachers, tutors, parents, coaches.• Support and guide Sports Supervisors.• Role model and maintain the highest standards of overall discipline.• Maintain and update student database in consultation with Academy Administrator.• Monitor Room 205 and all Academy excursions.• Write Permission Slips, and assist Sports Supervisors with risk assessments and VORs.• Monitor and liase with local media and school newsletter articles, in consultation with Academy Director.• Increase the profile of the Academy within the school and wider community.• Organise Academy presentation evenings.• Ensure whole school inclusivity of Academy values.• Write agenda and chair Academy coach and strategy meetings.• Attend four Academy Coaches meetings each year (one each term).• Attend four Academy Strategy meetings each year (one each term). For more information about the Academy and the School - www.narrabeen-h.schools.nsw.edu.au 12
  15. 15. For more information about the Academy and the School - www.narrabeen-h.schools.nsw.edu.au

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