Secondary - Curricular 2021
- Teachers must communicate to students and parents/guardians the importance of wearing a properly fitted (as per manufacturer's guidelines) and properly worn CSA approved hockey helmet.
- Teachers must communicate to students and parents/guardians the importance of wearing properly fitted skates, gloves or mitts and transporting skates safely.
- Ice skating surface must be free of obstacles and hazardous cracks.
- A portion of the ice time must be used for instruction.
- Implement a process for identification of skating skill levels.
- Provide ice space for beginner skaters separate from accomplished skaters for a period of time.
- Stress skating technique, not speed, in all games, challenges, and drills.
- Students must be made aware of the need for extra caution and control on the ice, including common procedures such as skating in the same direction during a free skate.
- Communicate to students the importance of being aware of the location of other skaters, around them, to avoid interference, trips and collisions.
- Tag type games, racing and “crack the whip” must be avoided.
- On-site supervision is required.
Mon, 09/13/21 07:33 am