IAPS CLAY PIGEON SHOOTING
The date of this event will be confirmed asap. Online entry will open on Monday 6 January 2020.
The championships are aimed at developing the sport from a variety of levels including beginners, but not complete novices.
All competitors should have at least a basic knowledge and understanding of gun safety and some shooting experience prior to the championship.
Pupils who do not display the sufficient safety knowledge prior to the event may be asked not to compete and will not be refunded.
U11 & U12 - 30 bird shoot
U13 - 50 bird shoot
The entry fee includes; gun hire, 30/50 cartridges and clays, refreshments for all competitors, baseball cap and public liability insurance.
Both 12 and 20 bore shotguns will be available to all competitors at each stand.
Ear protectors will be provided on the day although pupils may wish to bring their own.
Competitors may also bring their own shotguns. Should competitors wish to use their own shotguns, the licence holder of the gun must be present at the championships throughout the day and they MUST carry their own shotgun certificate as by law they can not travel without it.
Additional equipment can be purchased on the day of the championships at the West London Shooting School store.
Each school can enter a maximum of 6 shooters per age group (U11, U12 & U13).
That means the maximum any school can enter is 18 from any one school.
Team scores will be based on the total number of competitors per age group.
Schools that enter less than 6 shooters (per age group) will NOT have their scores averaged, only totalled to reflect the team score.
Competitors will not be allowed to shoot twice in replacement of another absent competitor.
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Both girls and boys can shoot in this competition.
There must be a teacher responsible for the competitors at all times, failure to be able to provide a member of staff may mean teams forfeiting the Championships.
All competitors must attend an IAPS School.
Competitors may only shoot in one age group throughout the 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.
Comfortable outdoor clothing including appropriate walking shoes or boots is recommended. Shoulder pads or shooting jackets are also advised but not essential.
Competitors should bring a change of shoes and their school blazers for the awards presentation.
Age of competitors
The competitors age must be taken from the 1 September 2019.
All competitors must be at least 10 years old on the day of the championships or their entry will be void.
National governing body
The national governing body for Clay Pigeon Shooting in England is The Clay Pigeon Shooting Association
Rules and regulations
The championships are conducted under the Clay Pigeon Shooting Association rules.
Please read the rules and regulations in full before entering the event.
Once you have booked for this event, you must complete your competitors details online before the entry deadline.
The link to submit your competitors details can be found in the confirmation email sent to you immediately after booking online.
If you do not receive the confirmation email, you can log into your account via our website and re-send yourself the email.
IAPS believe that the welfare and wellbeing of all children and adults at risk attending an IAPS event is of the highest concern.
The IAPS Safeguarding Policy and Procedures sets out our approach to safeguarding and child protection.
A full risk assessment is carried out between IAPS and host venues.
A copy can be provided on request. Please contact email@example.com .
There will be no professional photography at any IAPS events.
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.
Further advice can be found on our website here.