Safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility: not responding to a safeguarding concern is not an option.
Cringleford Tennis Club is committed to prioritising the well-being of all children and adults at risk and promoting safeguarding in our Club at all times, including all the tennis programmes and events that we run. Our policies strives to minimise risk, deliver a positive tennis experience for everyone and respond appropriately to all safeguarding concerns/disclosures.
The following policies, including the Codes of Conduct, apply to all club members, parents and carers, coaches, volunteers and events. It is therefore very important you read the policies by clicking on the links below:-
Supervision of Under 18s Parents/guardians: Please ensure you read and follow our guidance for play on our courts outside coach led sessions.
If you have a concern about a child or adult at risk please contact one of our Welfare Officers no matter how trivial you think the issue may be. Should you need to complete a report click LTA’s Online Concern Form.
|Paul Henery||Mandy Bailey|
|I have been involved in education for most of my life. This has included taking a lead role for safeguarding within a local Primary school over a number of years. |
I am an active member of the club and enjoy competing in the different social and team events which take place each year.
|I have been teaching in a local junior school in Norwich for
over 10 years. I am also on the committee at CTC and have responsibility for safeguarding and liaising with coaches. I enjoy playing tennis competitively and socially.
|Telephone: 07790 759810||Telephone: 07716 671825|
|Email: firstname.lastname@example.org||Email: email@example.com|
If our Welfare Officers are unavailable contact one of the following:-
|LTA Safeguarding Team||Tel: 0208 487 7000||Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|NSPCC||Tel: 0808 800 5000|
|Norfolk County Council Safeguarding Children & Vulnerable Adult Board||Tel: 0344 800 8020||Line open 24/7|
If there is an immediate risk to a child or adult at risk call the police on 999