Danielle Lee, Welfare Officer

Danielle Lee

Welfare Officer

Jo Buck, Safeguarding

Jo Buck

Safeguarding

At City of Derby Swimming Club we aim to provide a safe and secure environment for young swimmers to enjoy their sport.  Please contact me in confidence if you have any safeguarding or welfare concerns.

You can contact me, Danielle Lee, at welfare@coderby.co.uk

Welfare Documentation

The ASA provide some excellent advice and guidance on welfare matters.  We urge you to review these important documents as they contain information and rules that all Club members are required to abide by and support.

Child Safeguarding Policy and Procedures – This link provides direct access through the ‘Wave Power’ website to the ASA Child safeguarding policy and procedures.

Child Welfare Complaints Procedure – This link provides direct access through the ‘Wave Power’ website to the ASA Child Welfare Complaints procedure.

Photographic Policy – The Photographic policy publishes the rules for recording images of our swimmers under the age of 18 years old.   The policy is necessary to ensure all images are taken in good faith and used appropriately.

Guide to Social Media – The main aim of social networks is to build relationships with ‘friends’ and ‘followers’ through fresh and engaging content.  Used effectively Facebook and Twitter can be springboards to promoting our club and the hard work of our volunteers.  These simple guidelines promote its effective use.

‘It’s our game, not yours’

This video shows several children involved in different sports describing how the behaviour of parents and spectators deteriorates when they wear their ‘magic sports kit’ – that is, when they compete.

The young people talk about a range of bad adult behaviours and how these negatively affect them. They then describe and promote positive behaviour