Registration 2014-15

Raymond May 6, 2014
Registration for 2014-15 will take place in the week beginning 12th May at St Mary’s School from 6-7:30 pm on that Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. New members may also register from these dates.
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Fees this year will be £140 with siblings at the reduced rate of £110. For younger players in non-competitive age groups the fees will be £70.
To register, you will need to provide:
  • completed player consent form, which you can download from the Docs page of the website. https://www.shinfieldrangersfc.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/Player-consent-form-2014_2015.docx
  • 2 recent passport photos – see below
  • the usual deposit of £40 we need so we can register your child with the Leagues or £20 for non-competitive teams.The remainder will be payable by the end of October. Payments can be made in cash, cheque or by bank transfer. Details of the latter will be provided nearer the time. You can pay it all up front, the remainder at the end, or in stages through your team administrator before the end of October.
Photographs
The photo should be passport style with a plain background, and less than 12 months old so that your child can still be recognised by the end of the season as being the appropriate age for the team. Unlike formal passport photos, though, your child is allowed to smile if desired ;).
These photos are easy to do and needn’t cost any more than a single photo (about 10-20p) at the supermarket or in town as you can create passport photos on-line. Take a head shot photo (most modern phone cameras are fine), upload it, adjust the image using the wizard, download the result and take it to the shop to print.
One example of this is here: https://www.idphoto4you.com/  but there are lots of others.
Instructions on how to take the photo and what to do with it once you upload it are provided, including a movie to show you how to make the adjustments. I found the default sizes and automatic settings on this site to be good enough. One tip, is to leave a little more space around the head than you expect it to end up as you may need to move the framing around a bit to get a decent photo.