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Crowthorne Archers Safeguarding Policy

 

Crowthorne Archers accepts a moral responsibility to implement procedures to provide a duty of care, and to safeguard the well being of children, young people and vulnerable adults that protects them from physical, sexual or emotional harm, neglect or bullying.

Crowthorne Archers is fully committed to:

  • The belief that when dealing with children and young people and vulnerable adults, their welfare must always be of paramount importance;
  • Create and maintain the safest environment possible, where children, young people and vulnerable adults can learn and participate in archery, that is free from harassment and / or abuse;
  • Ensure that all staff and its members working with children, young people and vulnerable adults have a moral responsibility to support, safeguard and promote the care and protection of children;
  • Take all reasonable steps to promote good practice and to challenge practice that is considered harmful to children;
  • Promote the development of a culture which welcomes differences and diversity and respects the rights of children, young people and vulnerable adults;
  • Encourage all children to fulfil their potential without unnecessary pressure;
  • Listen to all children, young people and vulnerable adults and have their views considered according to their age, maturity and understanding;
  • Principally adopt the Archery GB Policy for Safeguarding Children, Young People and Vulnerable Adults.

Please click HERE to refer to the ArcheryGB Policy and Procedures for Safeguarding Children and Young People.

Approved by Crowthorne Archers Committee 17th March 2014

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