As with the first gala, there will not be any programmes available at Spiceball. Please download one using the link below:
There will NOT be any programmes available at the Club Champs this year. Please print out the programme before the gala, or write down your events.
On Saturday 21st September, six girls and three boys entered the Coventry 50 Metre sprint meet. Eleanor Mordue and Alfie Adhemar had four PBs, with Alfie taking third in the fly. Hannah Wright set two PBs, while Amy Jones, Hollie Butler, Conor Dines and Edward Thompson set two PBs, with Edward coming second in the breaststroke and Zoe coming third in the fly and setting a PB.
Zoe and Alfie both made the finals in their age groups and had to swim in a 200 Metre IM. Zoe came eighth, and Alfie can in fifth.
Well done everyone!
Results can be viewed here
As the outdoor pool is open for an extra two weeks, we will be swimming on the 6th and 13th of September.
We are holding our Club Annual General Meeting on September 3rd 7.30 to 9 pm at Spiceball Leisure Centre
It would be great to see you there, we know that there are lots of parents who could help us to run the club & improve it.
The club committee are always pleased to welcome new colleagues and happy to change roles to help new volunteers join us. If you would like to help the club out in some way here are some of the things you could help us with:
WORKFORCE CO-ORDINATOR: Talking to new parents and getting them involved in the club, helping volunteers find out about courses or training opportunities, helping organise people to support galas and social events.
SWIM 21 CO-ORDINATOR: To co-ordinate the implementation/development of the Swim 21 initiative within the club. Keep club information and policies up to date and keep the Swim 21 online system up to date for accreditation.
CLUB CHAIRPERSON: Chairing club meetings supporting the coordination of all club activities oversee decisions made by the management and sub committees. Oversee the work of coaches, teachers, officers and other club personnel.
CLUB WELFARE OFFICER: Be a face the swimmers recognise and feel happy to talk to. Keep the online CRB check system up to date. To be responsible for the implementation of good practice and child protection policies within the club.
CLUB TREASURER: Be responsible for all club finances. Monitor the budget throughout the year
Issue receipts and keep records of all monies received. Ensure that funds are used appropriately. Keep up to date records of all transactions
MEMBERSHIP SECRETARY: Work with the club treasurer to keep the club on-line membership data base up to date.
CLUB SECRETARY: Minute club committee meetings, link to pool providers to make sure the club has copies of all pool policies etc. Act as the main point of contact for your club for the county, regional and national ASA, deal with all club correspondence.
SCHOOLS LIAISON/PARTNERSHIP OFFICER: Be a point of contact for North Oxfordshire Schools Partnership and Cherwell Vale District Council for joint working/activities.
DISABILITY LIAISON OFFICER: Be a point of contact between the club and local disability groups. Make sure the club supports local initiatives.
COACH/TEACHER: You will need the following qualifications:
• ASA Teachers Certificate / Level 2 Teaching Aquatics Certificate
• Child Protection/Safeguarding training
Deliver teaching sessions according to the Banbury Swimming Club Plans, delivering to the National Teaching Plan. Work in accordance with the clubs Equity, Child Protection and Codes of Conduct.
POOLSIDE HELPER: Support teachers/coaches on delivering training sessions; support the Banbury Swim team at galas.
NB. We can fund training for helpers to become swimming teachers or coaches.
Please contact James Weston our club Chairman if you think you can help us in any way, (contact details are wezATwowmedesign.com mobile 07919593540)
See you on the 3rd September and at the pool!