Safeguarding

We are fully compliant with all safeguarding procedures and all our staff are DBS checked.

SK9 Sports - Documentation

Parents Booking Form

Please complete this form to book your child on one of our Holiday camps. Alternatively you can use the Booking form found on the back of the promotional flyer. Admissions policy is also available here.

Registration Form

Up to date personal details are essential for SK9 SPORTS to run a safe and enjoyable activity. Please complete this form along with the Booking form. 

Medical Form

Please provide all relevant and up to date medical information for your child before attending an activity. 

Permission to take Photographs

Please read and sign this form stating your preference for the use of photographs. 

Arrivals and Departures

Essential reading regarding for our holiday camps.

Record Of Injuries

Please inform SK9 SPORTS of any injuries your child may have prior to taking part in an activity.

Permissions To Administer Medicine Form

If your child requires medicine during an activity it is essential that you complete this form. 

Sun Protection Form

The information on this form is required during times of expected warm weather. 

Activity Disclaimer

This will need to completed if there is an opportunity to take part in an activity that is not part of the original camp session. 

SK9 Sports - Policies and Procedures

Health and Safety Policy

SK9 SPORTS considers health and safety to be of utmost importance. We comply with The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and the Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992 at all times. Written in accordance with the Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage (2017): Safeguarding and Welfare Requirements: Safety and suitability of premises, environment and equipment [3.54-3.64].

 

Risk Assessment Policy

SK9 SPORTS uses its risk assessment systems to ensure that the Club is a safe and secure place for children and staff. All staff are expected to undertake risk assessments as part of their routine tasks. Written in accordance with the Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage (2017): Safeguarding & Welfare Requirements: Safety & suitability of premises, environment & equipment [3.64]

Safeguarding Policy

SK9 Sport is committed to building a ‘culture of safety’ in which the children in our care are protected from abuse, harm and radicalisation. Written in accordance with the Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage (2017): Safeguarding and Welfare requirements: Child Protection [3.4-3.8] and Suitable People [3.9-3.13].

Arrivals And Departures

SK9 SPORTS recognises the importance of having robust systems in place to ensure the safe arrival and departure of the children in our care. Written in accordance with the Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage (2017): Safeguarding and Welfare Requirements: Safety and suitability of premises, environment and equipment [3.62, 3.64]; and Information and records [3.76]

Complaints Policy

At SK9 SPORTS we aim to work in partnership with parents to deliver a high quality experience for everyone. If for any reason we fall short of this goal, we would like to be informed in order to amend our practices for the future. Written in accordance with the Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage (2017): Safeguarding and Welfare Requirements: Complaints [3.74-3.75].

Equalities Policy

At SK9 SPORTS we will ensure that we provide a safe and caring environment, free from discrimination, for everyone in our community including children with additional needs. Written in accordance with the Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage (2017): Safeguarding and Welfare requirements: Equal opportunities [3.67], Information for parents and carers [3.73], and Child protection [3.7].

Smoking Alcohol and Drugs Policies

SK9 SPORTS will decide upon the appropriate course of action if the Smoking, Alcohol or drugs policies are contravened. Written in accordance with the Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage (2017): Safeguarding and Welfare Requirements: Child protection [3.4], Safety and suitability of premises, environment and equipment [3.56] and Suitable people [3.19]. 

 

Safe Recruitment Policy

SK9 SPORTS uses safe recruitment practices to ensure that all people working with the children in our care are safe and qualified to do so. Written in accordance with the Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage (2017): Safeguarding and Welfare Requirements: Suitable people [3.9-3.18]; Staff qualifications, training, support and skills [3.20-3.26].

Uncollected Children Policy

SK9 SPORTS endeavours to ensure that all children are collected by a parent or carer at the end of each session. If a child is not collected, and the parent or carer has not notified us that they will be delayed, we will follow this procedure.

Emergency Evacuation Closure Policy

SK9 SPORTS will make every effort to keep the Club open, but in exceptional circumstances, we may need to close at short notice. Written in accordance with the Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage (2017): Safeguarding and Welfare Requirements: Safety and suitability of premises, environment and equipment [3.55]

Behaviour Management Policy

SK9 SPORTS uses effective behaviour management strategies to promote the welfare and enjoyment of children attending the Club. Written in accordance with the Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage (2017): Safeguarding and Welfare Requirements: Managing behaviour [3.52-3.53].

 

4 Corner Model For Coaching

The four corner model was developed by The Football Association in order to aid coaches with their planning and delivery of grassroots coaching sessions.

Missing Child Procedure

Written in accordance with the Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage (2017): Safeguarding and Welfare Requirements: Information for parents and carers [3.73].