WRFC takes seriously its policy that all of its young players are allowed to play rugby in a safe environment and will take whatever steps are necessary to achieve this.
Each and every club member must also play their part by reading and observing the club’s safeguarding policies and the Codes of Conduct. It is important that you report to me any incident of “bad practice” or behaviour which may fall short of the standard expected by club members, or by any visitors to the club, in order that the appropriate steps may be taken.
For a club of its size, WRFC has an excellent disciplinary and safeguarding record and is seen as a beacon of excellence. We must continue to lead by example.
If you need to contact us please use firstname.lastname@example.org
We will be happy to speak with you, in confidence if need be, regarding any matter.
Please see attached Codes of Conduct for;
- Coaches :
- Players :
- Match Officials:
OTHER ESSENTIAL READING
The RFU has published various policies and guidance relating to Safeguarding matters
WRFC remains committed to ensuring that the terms of these policies and guidance are observed.
These are as follows:
- The Welfare of Young People In Rugby Union :
- RFU Policies and Procedures :
- Winchester RFC Safeguarding Policy
- NSPCC Managing Challenging Behaviour :
- Guidance on Website and Mobile Telephone Communication :
- Photographic Policy :
- Photographic Policy Statement :
- WRFC First Aid Policy :
- WRFC Coaching Policy:
- WRFC Kit Equip Policy;
- WRFC Playing out of Age Grade Policy:
- RFU Guidance on Head injuries - HEADCACE
- WRFC Codes of Conduct
- Cmplaints Policy 2018
- GDPR (draft only ask member of committee)
- WRFC Rules
Parent Code RFU Young People Guidance RFU Safeguarding Policy Refs Code Spectator Code First Aid Policy Antibullying Policy Communication with Children Photographic Policy Guide-for-challenging-behaviour Player Code