Safeguarding

As a member of British Gymnastics we are committed to safeguarding the welfare of all children, young persons and adults at risk in our sport and our aim is to ensure all who participate in gymnastics have a safe, fun, positive experience and are able to fulfil their potential.

Further safeguarding information can be found on the British Gymnastics website here and the policies can be found here

Keeping your child safe

‘Keeping your child safe’ is British Gymnastics’ guide, which provides useful information to help parents be confident that their child can have fun in a safe environment and how they can help.

Keeping your child Safe Leaflet

Have Fun Stay Safe

British Gymnastics’ leaflet 'Have Fun, Be Safe' has been developed for parents and their children providing tips and useful information that will help young people to understand how to stay safe and who can help them if they feel they are not.

Have Fun Stay Safe Leaflet

Safeguarding Contacts

Club Welfare Officers

Cheryl - 07920 789654 - welfare@swangymnastics.co.uk

Bethany - 07948 205862 - welfare@swangymnastics.co.uk

BG Regional Welfare Officer

Verity Adams - east.rwo2@britishgymnastics.org

Tony Horne - south.rwo@british-gymnastics.org

BG Safeguarding Officer East

Karly Good - 07394 563170 - karly.good@british-gymnastics.org

BG Safeguarding & Compliance Team

0345 1297129 ext 2564/2609/2724 - safeguarding@british-gymnastics.org

Safeguarding Support Agencies

NSPCC

Confidential Helpline - 0800 800 5000 - 0808 800 5000
NSPCC Child Protection in Sport Unit - Keeping Children Safe in Sport

Childline


Contact 0800 1111 Childline website

Childline advice for adults 0800 500 100 Information For Parents

Child Exploitation Online Protection (CEOP)

The Child Exploitation Online Protection (CEOP) team is made up of police officers that observe social networking sites to ensure you are safe whilst on the internet. If you have or have ever had a concern regarding someone on the internet or their behaviour towards you, you can make a report to CEOP by clicking here.

Mental Health

Mind - For Better Mental Health


Contact 020 8519 2122
Mind Website