It is our aim as a gymnastics club to - create a safe environment, give all gymnasts attending the club a fulfilling and enjoyable gymnastics experience, we strive to provide opportunity for members to achieve their gymnastics potential and feel good about themselves.
Our strategies for achieving the above are:
Improving physical well-being, posture, coordination, concentration and confidence of participants
Implementing all relevant health and safety and child protection guidelines and policies
Giving all participants, regardless of age and ability, a gymnastics experience that is safe, challenging and fun
Providing appropriate opportunities, facilities and coaching for the participants to fulfil their potential
Where appropriate, develop individualised training programmes that are specific to the level, ability and potential of the participant
Overall: We want coaches, gymnasts, members and participants associated with the club to feel a sense of satisfaction and pride from being part of a successful and caring gymnastics club.
What to do if you have a concern:
If your concern is regarding your child’s training or gymnastics progress it is best to contact the head coach of your child’s discipline. If you are not comfortable doing this you can, of course, speak to one of the welfare team and they will pass on your concerns.
If your concern is regarding a specific incident, please make a note of the date and time it occurred and report it as soon as possible. Please also make a note of the key facts relating to the incident and speak to a member of the welfare team as soon as possible.
If you have a general concern, please make a note of the main points of your concern and report them to a member of the welfare team.
Please note – EVERYONE has a duty of care to report any concerns they may have regarding a child or vulnerable adult.