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This WEB site, for its greater availability and functionality, uses cookies to improve and optimize the user experience. Then, School San Fernando It makes available to the users of its website the detailed information on what the cookies, what typology this website uses, how can you disable them in your browser and how to specifically block the installation of cookies of third parties, as provided by the current regulatory legislation on the subject.

What are cookies?

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Use of El cookies allows us to optimize your browsing, adapting the information and services offered to your interests, to provide you with a better experience whenever you visit us. The website of School San Fernando uses cookies to operate, adapt and make the user's navigation as easy as possible. The cookies they are associated only with an anonymous user and their computer / device and do not provide references that allow knowing personal data. At any time you can access the configuration of your browser to modify and / or block the installation of the cookies sent by the website of School San Fernando, without impeding access to content. However, the quality of operation of the services may be affected. The cookies, from a technical point of view, allow websites to work more agile and adapted to the preferences of users, for example by storing the language or detecting the access device. They also establish levels of protection and security that prevent or hinder cyber attacks against the website or its users and allow media managers to know statistical data collected to improve the quality and experience of their services.

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Updates and changes in the privacy policy / cookies

School San Fernando You can modify this policy cookies in accordance with legislative, regulatory requirements or with the purpose of adapting said policy to the instructions issued by the Spanish Agency for Data Protection. Therefore, users are advised to visit it periodically. Significant changes in this policy that may occur will be communicated to users, either through the website itself, or through email, in the case of registered users.

Sports

College Sports

A priority objective in the training of our students

College Sports San Fernando

It is not easy to find a school with a sports project like the one in the School San Fernando.

Ricardo Leiva, Sports Director of the Spanish Olympic Committee

Sport in the College San Fernando It is considered a basic discipline and an ideal complement in the training of students. For this reason and throughout its history, the School has made constant efforts and investments in facilities and sports equipment, to consolidate the current magnificent sports structure.

Currently more than 800 students, alumni, parents and more than 55 coaches are part of the Sanfer, the sports structure of the College San Fernando.

Practice Sports in your College

Sport is a very important ally in our Educational Project.

The integral education that we promote in the School does not only seek to transmit knowledge. Students develop skills that allow them to function in a changing world. They learn to think and relate concepts in new and future environments.

Students have to assume their responsibilities, be supportive and upright and Learn to work together from very early ages.

Sport promotes values ​​as important as discipline, effort, self-esteem, companionship and teamwork.

The sport practiced in the School fosters the feeling of belonging to the group and reinforces the integration of students in the College.

Sport is, therefore, a priority objective in the education of our students, from Infant to Baccalaureate.

The values ​​of sport

The practice of sport, as it is currently being implemented, does not develop values. Even under certain circumstances, the results may be just the opposite.

José Antonio Cecchini
Professor of Educational Sciences Department. Oviedo University

Only sports practice will provide positive values ​​to students if they meet, among other circumstances, the following:

  • That there is a clear definition of the values ​​that are to be inculcated and that these values ​​are known and recognizable.
  • That the athlete's environment - partners, teachers, coaches and parents - know, assume and commit to developing these values ​​in their entirety.

Aware of this reality, in the College San Fernando We have developed an Action Program based on the application of the learning behaviors established in the Student Profile , declaration of principles that we work in the classroom from Early Childhood Education, with a specific application for sport.

Decalogue of values

You will never be a great athlete without being a great person before

Players

  1. Respect and value your coach. Respect your teammates and rivals.

  2. Never protest an arbitration decision. If you do so, you will be able to decentralize and decentralize your companions.

  3. Be nice and polite to everyone. Say hello, ask for things please and thank them. Treat others as you would like them to treat you.

  4. Rejects any type of physical or verbal violence and any type of discrimination on the field and outside it.

  5. Help and collaborate with others.

  6. Be punctual and remember that the use of the mobile phone in the school is not allowed during the trainings either.

  7. Dont cheat. The important thing is fun through play, friendship and cooperation, and not so much the result at any price.

  8. Respect the rules of the sport you practice, and especially the code of sporting behavior.

  9. Set yourself the goal of learning and enjoying during training and competition.

  10. Rate the workouts and strive to do what you can. Value the effort of your parents who help you every day in sports practice and development and as a person.

trainers

  1. You are a reference for your students. As an educator that you are, you must transmit the values ​​that the School defends.

  2. Represent the College San Fernando and you have a responsibility from the organizational, ethical and social point of view.

  3. Respect and value your students, rivals, referees and parents. Rejects any type of physical or verbal violence, and any type of discrimination.

  4. Plan your classes and training in coordination with the direction of your sports section. Keep training

  5. Adapts the methodology and requirements to the level, age and characteristics of the group.

  6. Inform students clearly about what you want them to do progressively and effectively.

  7. Optimize the time of each training and try to motivate and excite your students.

  8. During training, avoid getting distracted by attending parents or other coaches.

  9. Be punctual. During workouts use the mobile only to pass list or in urgent situations.

  10. Give example

Parents

  1. Remember that you are the main reference of your child.

  2. Respect the coach, referee, teammates and rivals of your child.

  3. Teach your child to trust the coach, the team and the school. Avoid questioning coaches or teachers.

  4. If you have to talk to your son's coach, do it privately whenever you can.

  5. Give an example of behavior when you attend matches in which your child plays.

  6. Reject any type of physical or verbal violence, and any type of discrimination in the facilities where your children participate.

  7. Enjoy watching your son compete. Remember that sport at school ages helps the formation as a person.

  8. After training or games, avoid giving lessons to your daughter or son. Remember that you need some parents but no more coaches.

  9. Think that you always do the best you can. Be positive and highlight your successes.

  10. Think that with your support your son will be happy and that will help him to enjoy more in the day to day.