Player Awards

Jack Petchey Achievement Award

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What is the Jack Petchey Award scheme?

The Jack Petchey achievement award scheme is run by the Jack Petchey Foundation – a charitable organisation which supports clubs of all sorts (sports, arts, youth organisations) originally in Essex and more recently throughout London.

Jack Petchey Foundation acts to encourage activity in the 11-25 age group and does this by providing incentive funding to clubs with eligible members.

Depending on the number of eligible members, a club will be awarded a level of Jack Petchey membership which dictates the frequency of the awards made in the year. Werewolves of London are currently bronze members and therefore we can make 3 achievement awards in a year.

Who is eligible for an award?

Any member who is within the 11-25 age group can win the award. The purpose of the award is to recognise positive contribution by the individual – not just because they are the best skater .

What does the winner get?

There are two winners here – the winner of the award and the club. Jack Petchey gives £200 to the club for each quarterly winner. The winner helps to decide how the award money is spent to the benefit of the club. The winner will also get a Jack Petchey award certificate and be presented with other Jack Petchey goodies at the formal annual award ceremony….and most of all – the great feeling of their achievements being recognised.

Who can vote?

Any regular club attendee (over the age of 11), be they player, coach, parent or carer.

How often can I vote?

Each person can vote once per quarter by completing a nominatation form. The nomination box will be on display near the tea table.

What am I voting for?

We ask that you provide a reason for the nomination. It need not be directly connected to the club, or to hockey – but perhaps to encourage someone who has been dealing with difficult circumstances , has changed their behaviour in a positive manner, or been supportive in some other way. Don’t vote just because someone is the coolest skater, or because they are your child or best friend – and remember that some of the players face greater challenges to meet targets than others.

Details of the Award scheme on the Jack Petchey web site can be found here

 

 

Werewolves Junior Achievement Award

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An awards scheme designed for younger members of the club under the age of 11.

Who is eligible for an award?

Any member who is under the age of 11 can win the award. The purpose of the award is to recognise positive contribution by the individual – not just because they are the best skater .

What does the winner get?

The winner will receive a medal and certificate. Awards will be given out at training sessions once a quarter.

Who can vote?

Any regular club attendee (over the age of 11), be they player, coach, parent or carer.

How often can I vote?

Each person can vote once per quarter by completing a nomination form. The nomination box will be on display near the tea table.

What am I voting for?

We ask that you provide a reason for the nomination. It need not be directly connected to the club, or to hockey – but perhaps to encourage someone who has been dealing with difficult circumstances , has changed their behaviour in a positive manner, or been supportive in some other way. Don’t vote just because someone is the coolest skater, or because they are your child or best friend – and remember that some of the players face greater challenges to meet targets than others.

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