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Crawley Wasps Youth Information Booklet

Published by crawleywaspsmedia, 2021-04-10 16:49:34

Description: Crawley Wasps Football Club - youth information booklet for the 2021/2022 season.


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OUR VISION Our vision is to offer girls in Crawley and the surrounding areas, a fun and challenging environment where they can reach and exceed their potential while providing a pathway into senior women’s football. MISSION To promote, administer, develop, encourage opportunities and foster an environment for the participation of female footballers and staff to actively be involved in recreational, social and competitive football, while maintaining a community and family environment through the concept of ‘football for all‘. OUR CORE VALUES Co-operation between all at the club, with the willingness to work together using individual strengths and skills to combine behaviours and attitudes to achieve the club’s aims, objectives and goals. We will demonstrate sound moral and ethical principles that ensure we work to our values. We will strive to work hard at all times as a club and expect players to do so as well. We will always play with respect, desire and teamwork.

YDOEVUENLOGPWINAGSPS We will aim to develop a growth mindset in all players, supporting them to continually learn and progress in an environment which helps them to reach the best of their ability. Players will always be encouraged to be expressive without fear of failure. Our coaching methods will be focused on Long Term Player Development (LTPD) based around on the FA’s four corner mode approach: Technical, Psychological, Physical and Social areas of the game. Players will have reviews twice a season, analysing how their progress in the four corners. We will develop girl’s confidence and ability by ensuring all our sessions and practices are safe, fun and challenging, focused on the maximum amount of ball rolling time as possible.

PFOHUANSED8A–T1IO1 N All of our sessions in the foundation phase age groups will be positive, enjoyable and memorable where players will play every position in games. We recognise this is a crucial age where girls learn their core technical and physical skills as players. Therefore our sessions will all be focused around: • Ball mastery • Technical ability • 1v1s, 2v1s, 2v2s, 3v2s, 3v3s, 4v3s and 4v4s • Decision making

DPHEVAESLEO1P2M–1E6NT Once the players have mastered their technical skills in the foundation phase, we move onto the development phase where players will start to develop positional awareness for where they might want to play in the coming years. While the foundation phase focuses ‘on the ball’ we will now coach ‘off the ball’ focusing on the following: • Tactical & formations • Attacking principles of play • Defending principles of play • Playing through the thirds

PCORIANCCHIPINLEGS We aim to mirror the FA Regional Talent Centres in all aspects of our club. This includes coaching excellence and dedication to what we do. Players will be coached by FA and UEFA licensed coaches. All staff members are DBS/CRB checked and have up to date FA Safeguarding and Emergency First Aid qualifications. Our coaches take regular CPD sessions and dedicate themselves to continuous learning away from the game. Our coaching principles will always be player focused and we will always consider: • Who we’re coaching • How we’re going to coach • W hat are we trying to achieve every session and why are we doing it

SSTTARUFFCTURE TECHNICAL DIRECTOR HEAD COACH The technical director supports the youth development The head coach of each age group will plan and prepare manager and coaching staff, assisting with things like fixture training sessions focused on ensuring quality sessions are scheduling, sponsorship and general administrative duties, delivered. They will also write and lead the player reviews also working with the club’s designated Safeguarding and for each player. Welfare officer to ensure safety of all players. ASSISTANT COACH YOUTH DEVELOPMENT MANAGER The assistant coach will support the head coach in all The youth development manager implements the aspects of coaching. When one coach is leading the session, training syllabus and the LTPD model to ensure the other will be focused on individual player development high standards of coaching across both the in the session. foundation and development phases.

SSTTARUFFCTURE CONTACTS Operations Director – Peter Beasley [email protected] Youth Technical Director – Dan Risk [email protected] Youth Development Manager – Kyle Jordon [email protected] Welfare and Safeguarding – Alison Smith [email protected] Youth Fixtures Secretary – Andrew Lowson [email protected] Lead Youth Strength & Conditioning Coach – Darcey James [email protected]

ACONSDTSBENEFITS £240 for the season starting from 1 August 2021, this will cover training and games for the season All players under 16 will be given 1 season ticket for free entry to all Wasps home games at Horley Town (this excludes cup competitions) Each player will receive a match kit that they will be responsible for over the season All parents will be given opportunities to purchase season passes, matchday tickets, and merchandise at a special discounted rate Insurance deals via our official insurance partner Vita Risk Solutions

SYPOOUNTHSOTERASM Under-15s Under-14s Under-13s Under-12s Team Sponsor Team Sponsor Shorts Sponsor Team Partner Under-11s Under-10s Under-9s Team Sponsor Team Sponsor Team Sponsor

CGPAOURDAEERNDOTISFAC&NOSNDUCT Just as parents and guardians expect excellence from coaches, we expect the same from you. • All parents and guardians will be asked to sign a code of conduct ensuring: • A lways respect the Referees and coaches and encourage players to do the same • Stay behind the touchline and within the designated spectators’ area • E ncourage players and praise hard work, never criticize or shout instructions • Never engage in, or tolerate abusive language or behavior

SINAFFOEGRUMAARTDIOINNG As a club we take safeguarding very seriously, it is therefore important to note the following: We work with independent photographers and videographers and we are visited by other media sources. Please make one of our staff aware should this pose a safeguarding issue for any child you have that will be attending.


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