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Return to Play – Matrix

Return to Play – Matrix

British Wheelchair Basketball has highlighted some elements of the staged return guidance within a Matrix, so that participants and clubs can understand the requirements of each stage of Return to Play.

Each stage should be informed by the corresponding Guidance Document, which will be released by British Wheelchair Basketball in due course and will provide more detailed guidance on each stage.

This is a recommended staged return document intended as a starting-point for the clubs and provided by BWB to assist them with their appropriate response to COVID-19.

British Wheelchair Basketball must stress that the information on the ‘Return to Play’ Matrix and Guidance will be continuously review, and updates published. Please always refer to the latest published documentation – the publishing date is written on the front page of both the Return to Play guidance and on the Return to Play Matrix. 

Please read British Wheelchair Basketball’s Return to Play Documentation in conjunction with the latest Government guidelines. 

We are currently in the
MOBILISATION STAGE
of British Wheelchair Basketball's Return to Play Matrix

Mobilisation Stage (effective from 1st September 2020)

The Mobilisation Stage allows BWB sanctioned activity in outdoor public spaces in small groups.

Details of the activity/equipment allowed, the environment this activity can take place in, as well as restrictions can be found below and on the Return to Play Matrix

  • Small group training
  • Individual skills
  • Ball handling skills and shooting
  • Games within household only
  • COVID-19 Officer required
  • COVID-19 self-assessment prior to participation at each session
  • 2m social distancing
  • Maximum 6 people per session (Full court=6 people; Half court=3 people)
  • No contact or shouting
  • No competitions
  • Participants must book onto activity via online session sign-up
  • At home
  • Outdoor courts and open spaces compliant with Government guidance on social distancing and maximum capacities
  • Cleaned regularly
  • No sharing of balls or equipment outside of households
  • Wear face masks
  • Risk assess playing area
  • Self-assessment for participants
  • No changing at venue
  • No toilet facilities
  • No spectators, parents/carers etc within the outdoor court space

Stage 1 (effective from 1st October 2020)

Stage 1 allows BWB sanctioned activity to take place indoors/outdoors in small groups (full court – up to six people; half-court – up to three people).

Details of the activity/equipment allowed, the environment this activity can take place in, as well as restrictions can be found below and on the Return to Play Matrix

• Small group training
• Individual skills
• Ball handling and shooting
•Games within household only

•COVID-19 Officer required
•Should only be implemented following successful implementation of Mobilisation Stage
•COVID-19 self-assessment prior to participation at each session
•2m social distancing required
•Maximum 6 people per session (full court = 6 people; half court =3 people)
•Session time limited to 30-45 minutes
•No contact or shouting
•No competitions
•Participants must book onto activity via online session sign-up

•At home
•Outdoor courts and open spaces compliant with Government guidance on social distancing and maximum capacities
•Indoor courts for one to one or small group training only with appropriate
ventilation and compliant with Government guidance on social distancing and maximum capacities
•Venue circulation implemented
•Zoning implemented

•Cleaned regularly
•No sharing of balls or equipment outside of households
•Wear face masks

•Risk assess playing area
•Self-assessment for participants
•No changing at venue
•No spectators, parents/carers etc within the outdoor/indoor court space
•Avoid use of toilets

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