Please note - At CPF RED only players, coaches & team officals are allowed at trainings and games.
AOTEA COLLEGE SPORTS REGISTRATIONS for 2022:
Registrations to play sport in 2022 -
Term One Summer Sport:
Registations open Friday 26th November 2021
Registrations close Friday 04th February 2022
Term Two & Three Winter Sport:
Registrations open Friday 26th November 2022
Registrations for rugby close Friday 11th February 2022
Registrations for all other winter sports close Friday 18th February 2022
Students/parents are able to register through this website from the 27th of November or at the Sports Office when Term 1 begins. Please go to the online Registrations page to register.
SPORTS UNIFORM BOND: In 2022 we have a uniform bond of $50. $45 will be returned when the sports uniform is handed back to a member of the sports department. $5 is kept for re stocking of sports uniforms.
PAYMENT: Please be aware that registration fees & uniform bond (if applicable) must be paid in full before the start of the playing season or a regular automatic payment must be set up with accounts to pay the fees and uniform bond. If registration fees are not paid the student will not be placed in a team or allowed to play. If you have any questions or concerns about paying please contact Deslee Wrathall WRL@aotea.school.nz
Aotea College participates in College Sport Wellington Competitions and they currently have a vaccine mandate for school sport.
We are waiting for confirmation from Hockey Wellington and Kapi Mana Netball as to their requirements.
Please find the following information from CSW:
Following the Government’s announcement that Wellington will be entering the ‘Orange’ level of the COVID Protection Framework (Traffic Light system), the Board of College Sport Wellington have confirmed that all sanctioned competitions and events in Term One 2022 will be restricted to fully vaccinated participants only. The Board also agreed that only fully vaccinated spectators (over the age of 12) will be permitted to attend College Sport Wellington sanctioned events and competitions. This decision will then be reviewed at its next meeting in mid-March, with a view to the winter season and taking into account the latest Government advice.
We view sport as an important extracurricular activity and encourage all students to participate in at least one sports team or activity each year. Please familiarise yourself with the school website and sports pages as information will be updated regularly as sports opportunities become available.
The Director of Sports, Deslee Wrathall: firstname.lastname@example.org is responsible for overseeing the delivery of sports to year 9-13 students. She oversees the school sports clubs, teams and activities provided by College Sport Wellington (CSW) and New Zealand Secondary School Sport Council (NZSSSC).
Please read the Handbook which is linked below for more details on playing sport at Aotea College.
Who are we?
Aotea College Sports Department:
Deslee Wrathall, Director of Sport: email@example.com
Rebecca Gracie, Co curricular Administrator: firstname.lastname@example.org
We support the School Sports Clubs, Teams, Academies, Convenors, Coaches and Managers.
Sports enquiries which cannot be answered by the website or the Convenor for the sport can be directed to the sports department team above.
All information given on the registration form will remain confidential, please note once teams are named, student details and parents/guardian contacts will be given to the convenor of the sport, coach and/or manager of the team that your child is in.
Please contact your child's coach or manager if you are unsure as to whether a practice session is still happening due to inclement weather; this decision is NOT made by staff at school. If we are advised that practices are cancelled, or the grounds are closed, we will advise students via their school email and their parents/caregivers with their contact email address.
Sports Achievements and Sport Prizegiving
We are interested in what all Aotea College students are doing on the local, regional and national sporting stage, please email the sports office with activities and successes throughout the year that your child has achieved. Please note this does not just have to be playing the sport it may be coaching and or being an official. These can be emailed to both nau@Aotea.school.nz and /or gre@Aotea.school.nz. Please add a photo if you have one. This information can be for College sports or other sporting achievements outside of College.
This information needs to to us by Friday 28th September to be taken into account for the Sports Prizegiving. Information received after Friday 28th Sept will be used next year awards.
PORIRUA, WELLINGTON AND NZ SPORTING REPRESENTATIVES
Please contact the sports office if your child has represented Porirua,Wellington or New Zealand this year in their chosen sport. A list is being collated for the end of year acknowledgements.
Nurture your child’s love of the sport and their appreciation of physical activity.
Encourage children to always play according to the rules.
Show respect for your team’s opponents. Without them there would be no game.
Focus upon each child’s efforts and performance rather than the overall outcome of the event. This assists each child in setting realistic goals related to their ability by reducing the emphasis on winning.
Teach children that an honest effort is as important as victory, so that the result of each game is accepted without undue disappointment.
Support all efforts to remove verbal and physical abuse from sporting activities and provide positive role models for your children, other spectators and coaches.
Demonstrate appropriate social behaviour by not using foul language or yelling at or harassing players, coaches, officials or umpires.
Never ridicule or shout at a child for making a mistake or losing a game.
Remember that children learn best from example. Applaud any good play by both teams.
REMINDER - IF A STUDENT IS INJURED AT A GAME OR TRAINING PLEASE EMAIL DESLEE WRATHALL on WRL@aotea.school.nz