Welfare and Safeguarding Information
Young players can experience pressure on the field, in club situations, in friendships and in all they do beyond the Club. Meeting challenge is something to learn as a young player, but often it can be challenging. If you are a player or parent and want to talk to us about any concerns here in the Club then contact our Welfare and Safeguarding Officer Anna Woodfine who is here to help with any concerns. Please use the Club Contacts directory to message securely through Teamo or contact her via firstname.lastname@example.org
Coaches and Committee
Our Welfare Department works in tandem with England Lacrosse to obtain enhanced DBS checks for our coaches, keeping coaches' DBS checks up-to-date and obtaining checks for coaches new to the Club. Our Committee are also DBS checked.
Serious Safeguarding Issues
All serious safeguarding issues will be referred, in utmost confidence, to our governing body, the England Lacrosse Association's Welfare Officer. The England Lacrosse Safeguarding pages can be found here. Guidelines can be found here.
Code of Conduct
We are affiliated to the England Lacrosse Association and broadly follow their Code of Conduct.
Cobham Lacrosse Club Handbook
For all you ever needed to know about Cobham Lacrosse and our policies on Safeguarding and Welfare in an easy to read form, please look at our Club Operations Handbook on this site