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Children - Need someone to Talk too ?

You can contact anyone of our 8 Child Welfare Officers within the Club

 

CHADDERTON PARK F.C - WELFARE OFFICERS

DBS Checks are controlled by Ann Dunks

(Club Welfare Officer)

Carolyn Ray - Welfare Officer

Carolyn Ray

63 Mount Road
Middleton
Manchester
M24 1EX

0161 653 6556
07512 253276

carolyn@chaddypark.co.uk

(Club Welfare Officer)

Ann Dunks

49 Springbank
Chadderton
Oldham
OL9 9JB

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07807 202129

ann@chaddypark.co.uk

   

 

(Club Welfare Officer)

Chris Hanson

15 Langton Close
Failsworth
Manchester
M35 9UJ

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07793 203665

chrish@chaddypark.co.uk

(Club Welfare Officer)

Chris Howard

1 Roachwood Close
Chadderton
Oldham
OL9 9UN

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07917 116231

ChrisHoward@chaddypark.co.uk

   

 

(Club Welfare Officer)

Craig Simpson

Oakfield
Rochdale Road
Shaw, Oldham
OL2 7JA

01706 673092
07961 265864

craig@chaddypark.co.uk

(Club Welfare Officer)

Jason McKenna

5 Carnforth Avenue
Chadderton
Oldham
OL9 9DN

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07765 196012

jay@chaddypark.co.uk

   

 

(Club Welfare Officer)

Paul Parkes

31 Windermere Road
Dukinfield
Cheshire
SK16 4SJ

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07903 634592

PaulParkes@chaddypark.co.uk

(Club Welfare Officer)

Steve Corless

118 Rydal Avenue
Chadderton
Oldham
OL9 0QX

07947 179515

Steve@chaddypark.co.uk

   

 

REMEMBER YOU'RE NOT ALONE -

SOMEONE IS ALWAYS AVAILABLE TO TALK TOO


Enhanced CRB checks - DBS

All existing coaches whose last CRB was over 3 years ago

will have to have a New DBS check. Our Welfare Officers will be contacting the coaches

asking for the forms to be completed by yourself online ( with password )

and then arrange for you to show fresh proof of identification to one of the Welfare Officers,

who will approve and authorise your application

The cost to each coach is £ 10.00 so please bring this payment at the same time as your ID

Please click on the link or on the logo below to read / download Guidance Notes

Click to Download

Click here to download

EVERY COACH / ASSISTANT COACH MUST HAVE A DBS


Chadderton Park Football Club
Child Protection Policy

Chadderton Park Football Club acknowledges its responsibility to safeguard
the welfare of every child and young person who has been entrusted to its care and is
committed to working to provide a safe environment for all of its members. A child or
young person is anyone under the age of 18 engaged in any club football activity. We
subscribe to The Football Association’s Child Protection and Best Practice Policy and
Procedures, Safeguarding Children and Young People in football (revised edition 2006)
and endorse and adopt the Policy Statement contained in that document.

The key principles of The FA Child Protection Policy are that:

  • The child's welfare is, and must always be, the paramount consideration
  • All children and young people have a right to be protected from abuse regardless of their age, gender, disability, culture, language, racial origin, religious beliefs or sexual orientation
  • All suspicions and allegations of abuse will be taken seriously and responded to swiftly and appropriately
  • Working in partnership with other organisations, children and young people and their parents/carers is essential.

We acknowledge that every child or young person who plays or participates in football
should be able to take part in an enjoyable and safe environment and be protected from poor practice and abuse. Chadderton Park Football Club recognises that this is the responsibility of every adult involved in our club.

Chadderton Park Football Club has a role to play in safeguarding the welfare of all children and young people by protecting them from physical, sexual or emotional harm and from neglect or bullying. It is noted and accepted that The Football Association Regulations applies to everyone in football whether in a paid or voluntary capacity. This means whether you are a volunteer, match official, helper on club tours, coach, club official or medical staff.

We endorse and adopt The FA’s Child Protection and Best Practice Guidelines for
recruiting volunteers and will:

  • Develop a role profile
  • Request identification documents
  • As a minimum meet and chat with the applicant(s) and where possible conduct

      interviews before appointing

  • Request and follow up with two references before appointing
  • Require an FA CRB Unit Enhanced Disclosure where appropriate in line with

            FA guidelines.

All current Chadderton Park Football Club members with direct access to children and young people will be required to complete a CRB Enhanced Disclosure via The FA CRB Unit. If there are concerns regarding the appropriateness of an individual who is already involved or who has approached us to become part of Chadderton Park Football Club guidance will be sought from The Football Association. It is noted and accepted that The FA will consider the relevance and significance of the information obtained via The FA CRB Unit and that all decisions will be made in the best interests of children and young people.

It is accepted that The FA aims to prevent people with a history of relevant and significant offending from having contact with children or young people and the
opportunity to influence policies or practice with children or young people. This is to
prevent direct sexual or physical harm to children or young people and to minimise
the risk of ‘grooming’ within football.

Chadderton Park Football Club supports The FA’s Whistle-blowing Policy.
Any adult or young person with concerns about a colleague can whistle-blow by contacting The FA Child Protection Team on 0207 745 4771 or by writing to The FA
Case Manager, The Football Association, 25 Soho Square, London W1D 4FA or by going direct to the Police, Social Services, or the NSPCC. Chadderton Park Football Club encourages everyone to know about it and utilise it if necessary.

Chadderton Park Football Club has appointed 3 Club Welfare Officers (CWO) in line with The FA’s role profile and completion of the Child Protection and Best Practice Workshop. The post holder will be involved with designated persons training provided by The FA. The CWO is the first point of contact for all club members and parents/carers regarding concerns for the welfare of any child or young person. They liase directly with the CFA CPO and will be familiar with the procedures for referring any concerns. They will also play a proactive role in increasing an awareness of poor practice and abuse amongst club members.


SAFEGUARDING CHILDREN
AND YOUNG PEOPLE IN FOOTBALL


We acknowledge and endorse The FA’s identification of bullying as a category of abuse. Bullying of any kind is not acceptable at our club. If bullying does occur, all players or parents/carers should be able to tell and know that incidents will be dealt with promptly. Incidents need to be reported to the CWO or member of the committee or alternatively in cases of serious bullying contact the CFA CPO.

Codes of conduct for coaches, players, officials and parents/carers, officials and coaches have been implemented by Chadderton Park Football Club. In order to validate these codes of conduct the club has clear sanctions to deal with any misconduct at club level and acknowledges the possibility of potential sanctions which may be implemented by leagues or the CFA in more serious circumstances.

Other links that you may wish to contact

Click here for CEOP website

Click here for NSPCC website

Click here for Think u Know website

Click here for The FA Safeguarding page

 


 

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