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Sports Charter

The Mandurah Catholic College Sport Program has been established to further assist our students to achieve their full potential. The Sports program seeks to foster, encourage and value the qualities of teamwork and sportsmanship and to develop self-esteem and a sense of community in our students.This charter provides guidance and direction for the organisation, management and conduct of the Mandurah Catholic College Sports Program. It is applicable to the operation of both the MCC Sports Club and all Inter-School Sport. The Charter is to be read in conjunction with the MCC Sports Club and Inter-School Sport policies.

MCC Inter-School Sports Policy

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The Mandurah Catholic College Sport Program has been established to further assist our students to achieve their full potential. It embraces both intra-school and Inter-School sports and seeks to foster, encourage and value the qualities of team work and sportsmanship and to develop self-esteem and a sense of community in our students. Traditional values of respect, fairness, responsibility and resilience are also developed by student participation in sport.

Participation in Inter-School sport, in particular, enables the school community to develop and promote a strong sense of identity. The College seeks to develop a culture and attitude to sport that encourages all students to compete and represent the College at Inter-School events. Students are also encouraged to develop new skills and pursue excellence in their own performance.

Students who excel in sporting endeavours also have opportunities to participate in State representative teams and National school events. Active support of MCC policies and standards by both parents and students participating in the College Sport program are essential if the College’s broader educational and personal development objectives are to be achieved.

MCC Sports Club Policy

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The Mandurah Catholic College Sport program has been established to further assist our students to achieve their full potential. The sport program seeks to foster, encourage and value the qualities of teamwork and sportsmanship and to develop self-esteem and a sense of community in our students. Active support of MCC policies and standards by both parents and students participating in the College Sport program are essential if the College’s broader educational and personal development objectives are to be achieved.

The MCC Sports Club has been established to coordinate and manage the participation of College sporting teams in three codes – netball, basketball and soccer. College representative teams participate in mid-week and weekend competitions in the local area.

The Sports Club will operate in accordance with the principles outlined in the Club Charter and MCC Sports Club Policy guidelines. By registering their child as a member of the MCC Sports Club, parents or guardians are agreeing to abide by the Club Code of Conduct and the provisions of the Club’s policy documents.

Each of the MCC Sports Club’s three codes is managed by a Sport Coordinator. Teams are managed and coached by volunteer parents and/or specially selected and suitable students or former students. Without the support of these parents and students, the MCC Sports Club would not be able to function.