Parents play a vital role in sport, particularly in the GAA. Here are some of these roles they can play to help their child.
Please consider some of the ways you can ensure your child’s involvement in sport is fun and enjoyable while helping them progress in a positive environment. You can do this through:
Without the support of Parents, our clubs simply would cease to function effectively. Some of the ways in which you can make sure that support is as positive as it can be are:
Excitement on the sidelines when your child is playing can lead to emotive behaviour by some parents, and it is important to recognise the impact this may have on the children on the field of play. Please remember these simple guidelines:
Some tips for parents to remember when their child is participating in Gaelic Games and activities.
1 Understand the importance sport plays in your child’s life.
2 Your child’s interest may change over time so frequent conversations are a must.
3 Keep winning and losing in perspective.
4 Check what feedback your child wants from you.
5 Focus on your own child’s progress and improvements.
Contact us today to find out more about how our programmes can be applied within your club.