The FA recognises its responsibility to safeguard the welfare of all children and young people by protecting them from physical, sexual or emotional harm and from neglect or bullying. The FA is therefore committed to working to provide a safe environment for all children and young people to participate in the sport to the best of their abilities for as long as they choose to do so.
If Parents for any reason cannot take their child to an away match they must ask another Parent / carer of another Team Member
but remember the safety of your child is the parent /carers responsibility.
If any parent/ carer lets another team member other than their child travel in their car the child must be in the back seat with a seatbelt on.
It is not the Managers/ Coaches responsibility to arrange Travel to away Matches.
Taken from FA safeguarding Policy and procedures Document.
At Reddish North End FC we have 2 Club welfare officers. We welcome any positive comments as far as child welfare is conceReddish_umbracod.
Everyone that is a part of the club are responsible for the welfare of the children that play for the club, from the committee, coaches and parents. We take the welfare of the players very seriously from Neglect, Abuse, to the safety of the environments that they train and play matches at.
If anyone has any concerns or complaints for any child Please contact the child welfare officers A.S.A.P.
We don’t make promises that we cannot keep but we will do our best.
Reddish North End FC Club welfare officers
Alex Ward : Email - firstname.lastname@example.org : Telephone - 07701013844 (First contact)
Alan Birchall : email@example.com : Telephone - 07752616770 (Second contact)
The FA / NSPCC Helpline – 0808 800 5000
Child Line – 020 7650 3200
Stockport police – 0161 856 5902
If you do contact any of the above please note : They will take all enquiries seriously and will not pre-judge anyone.