Some London Schools Set Sportsmanship Rules For Parents

12/3/2001 | BBC News

Some schools in London's Enfield borough are sending their students' parents a code of conduct governing sports matches. The schools want to prohibit parents from screaming or criticizing their own children, referees, teachers or coaches from the sidelines. Some schools have had to cancel sports matches due to disruptions from overzealous parents.

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