U11 and U13 tournament for both boys and girls.
A team is made up of two players of the same sex.
Schools can enter two teams into each age group.
This is a two day tournament, competitors will be required for both days.
A compass draw will be used for all age groups where possible (either 32, 16 or 8).
The exact compass draw will be decided once entries have closed and total numbers are confirmed.
IAPS will decide the compass draw for each age group and allocate each team to a draw.
This is to allow maximum play for competitors and to ensure that each team is playing at the correct level.
Some age groups may find there are two draws running simultaneously e.g A and B draws.
Teams will be allocated into a draw based on their joint team ratings.
Match playing format
All matches will follow the FAST4 scoring.
Teams will play one rubber per match.
A rubber is made up of 2 singles and 1 doubles.
E.g. player 1 v player 1 (singles 1), player 2 v player 2 (singles 2), school 1 v school 2 (doubles).
Umpiring and scoring
Players will be expected to score all their matches, as there will be no umpires on court.
Less experienced players can have help scoring by a neutral adult.
LTA officials will be present to help with any queries or discrepancies.
A hot lunch will be provided for competitors and coaches on both days.
Food will be available to purchase from the canteen across the two days.
Competitor detailsOnce you have booked, you will be asked to provide some details about your competitors before the event. In line with GDPR, only essential information is collected in order to be able to organise the sports event.
Opening date: TBC
Closing date: TBC
Cost of entry: £50.00 per competitor
All competitors must attend an IAPS School.
Competitors ages must be taken from 1st September 2021.
Competitors may only enter one age group per competition.
Only a member of school staff, with a school email address, can book onto IAPS sports events online.
Bookings are made on a first come, first served basis.
Terms and Conditions
Schools must read and accept the Terms and Conditions before booking onto an IAPS event.
A full risk assessment is carried out between IAPS and host venues for each event. If you require a copy of the events risk assessment, please contact IAPS Sport.
IAPS is committed to protecting your personal data. Data will be processed for the purposes of responding to requests to enter and participate in IAPS sport events. The Association has a legitimate interest for processing basic and sensitive personal data and will only process and keep the minimum required data to organise and run events safely. IAPS will only share your data with third parties where necessary to do so to compete in an IAPS sporting event and to meet National Governing Bodies regulations. Further information is available here.
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Photography advice at IAPS events
There is no professional photography at any IAPS event however parents and spectators can take their own pictures. There is no law against taking photos at public events for personal use, including pictures of other people's children (Ask the Police, 2018). IAPS asks parents and spectators to be cautious when sharing any images on social media. The NSPCC have useful advice on sharing images here.
Safeguarding Policy and Procedures
Children must never be subject to any form of treatment that is harmful, racist, abusive, humiliating or degrading. All reasonable steps must be taken to promote the interests and well-being of children and protect them from harm, discrimination or degrading treatment, as all children have the right to be treated with dignity and respect.
IAPS's Safeguarding Policy and Procedures sets out our approach to safeguarding and child protection.
Anti Bullying Policy
Bullying is the use of aggression with the intention of hurting another person. Bullying results in pain and distress to the victim. IAPS Anti Bullying policy sets out our approach to bullying and the procedures in place to prevent bullying taking place at IAPS sports events.
Sport Events Manager | Designated Safeguarding Officer
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Phone 01926 887833
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