Safeguarding & Club Policy Documents

Safeguarding (Child Welfare)

Old Colfeians adhere to the RFU’s requirements on child/U18s safety.

We require our volunteers to hold a current CRB certificate, to have undergone a RFU safeguarding course and to follow our safeguarding policies found here.

Club Safeguarding Policy

To register as a volunteer at our club, please contact us to begin the process.

Our current Safeguarding Team are:

Club Safeguarding Officer (CSO)
Angie Elder  07514 067 535
safeguarder@ocrfc.co.uk

Assistant Safeguarding Officer (ASO) (Girls Section)
Cathy Tynan  07840 673 444
catynan@googlemail.com

Assistant Safeguarding Officer (ASO)
Donna Riviere  07949 865 580
safeguarder@ocrfc.co.uk

Old Colfeians’ RFC is committed to a policy of equal opportunity, fairness and non-discrimination. We strive to maintain good practice in the coaching of young players, ensuring young players can flourish in a safe environment.

OCRFC is bound by the RFU/RFUW Child Protection Policy document. Any concerns raised will be dealt with initially by OCRFC and then forwarded to KENT, our Constituent Body and then onto the RFU should it be necessary.

Coaches are constantly reminded of their duty in relation to the “Coaches Code of Conduct”. Additionally, parents and supporters, both home and away, are encouraged to support all the players in a manner that constitutes acceptable behaviour both during and after the game has concluded.

Parents should be reminded that whilst their child is being coached on the pitch, he or she will be in the care of a coach or coaches. After training has concluded, the player again becomes the responsibility of the parents or guardian. HOWEVER, we strongly recommend that parents remain pitchside and nominate another parent to be guardian should they need to leave momentarily.

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