H20 Code of Conduct for Children

As a member of our H20, we understand you have the right to:

  • Enjoy the time you spend with us and know that you are safe.

 

  • Be told who you can talk to if something’s not right.

 

  • Be listened to.

 

  • Be respected by us and other team members and be treated fairly.

 

  • Feel welcomed, valued and not judged based on your race, gender, sexuality, faith or ability.

 

  • Be encouraged and develop your swimming, para-swimming, diving, high diving, artistic swimming and open water swimming skills with our help and support.

 

  • Be looked after if there’s an accident or injury and have your parents/guardians informed, where appropriate.

 

As a member of H20 we expect you to:

 

Essentials

 

  • Keep yourself safe by listening to your teacher, behave responsibly and speak out when something isn’t right.

 

  • Be respectful to the equipment used during lessons and premises as if they were your own.

 

  • Bring the right equipment such as goggles, hats, clothes (for water use) to lessons

 

  • Follow the rules of the swim school at all times.

 

  • Respect the privacy of others especially in the changing rooms.

 

Behaviour

 

  • Make H20 activity a fun, happy, friendly and welcoming place to be.

 

  • Respect and celebrate difference in our swim school and do not discriminate against anyone else on the grounds of age, gender, race, sexual orientation, faith or ability.

 

  • Understand that the use of abusive or inappropriate language, bullying, physical violence or any other behaviour which hurts others will not be tolerated.

 

  • Not use any device to take photographs or footage of others in the changing rooms or cubicles.

 

  • Report any concerns you have about others taking photographs or footage of others in the changing rooms or poolside.

 

  • Understand that poor behaviour may result in disciplinary action against you.

 

  • Report any incidents of bullying or unkind behaviour to H20, even if you’re just a witness.

 

  • Treat other children with respect and appreciate that everyone has a different level of skill or talent.

 

  • Support and encourage your fellow swimmers.

 

  • Respect both the children and adults at H20.