Saints Southwest acknowledges and accepts it has a responsibility for the well-being and safety of all children and young people who are under the Saints Southwest care or using its facilities, (children and young people mean those under 18).
Teachers, Parents and Guardians want assurances that their children are being taught to the highest level.
The Saints Southwest programme evolves through shared knowledge amongst qualified coaches and teaching professionals.
Coaching modules and regular CPD events help extend the knowledge of our workforce, enabling them to deliver sessions that are engaging, enjoyable and challenging, specific to the child’s age and ability.
All staff are fully qualified, and licensed and have enhanced CRB/DBS checks completed. Staff are regularly assessed and have to attend Continued Professional Development training 3 times per year.
Saints Southwest pride themselves on excellent customer service standards and having the ability to tailor many services.
WE ACKNOWLEDGE THE RESPONSIBILITIES
It is the duty of all adults working Saints Southwest to safeguard the welfare of children and young people by creating an environment that protects them from harm. The well-being of children and young people is paramount for all staff and accordingly, they must make themselves aware of the Saints Southwest ‘Safeguarding Children Policy’.
Where appropriate, the following guidelines will be supplemented by in-service training and additional guidance.
Saints Southwest work closely with the local authority and Football Associations designated officers for children and vulnerable adults. Saints Southwest’s Child Welfare Officer liaises with the respective safeguarding teams for ongoing advice, guidance and referrals. The Child Welfare Officer will be guided by and adhere to local authority and Police protocols.
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