Please see the link below to the FA football Rules, Governance and Safeguarding policies:
As part of our FA charter standard status all coaches are up to date with their safeguarding qualifications.
Our committee members and trustees have also/are also completing the FA online safeguarding course. As a club we follow best practice guidelines and want to ensure EVERYONE feels safe and welcome at all times. Please download our safeguarding contacts and protocol:
safeguarding contacts and protocol
Our Club Safeguarding Officers are:
Colin Scholes: 07747 044295 (Partington & Cumbria)
James Trafford 07739 826317 (Partington & Liverpool)
Alan Williams (Blackpool)
All welfare and safeguarding matters are confidential.
Please see the clubs safeguarding policy.
Cerebral Palsy United Football Club Safeguarding Policy
USEFUL CONTACT NUMBERS AND LINKS TO OUTSIDE AGENCIES:
The Child Protection in Sport Unit:
Child Exploitation & Online Protection :
National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children:
Sporting Change Clinic:
The Football Association has published a new guide for coaches and managers working across the adult football pyramid. The guide advises them on how to support the mental wellbeing of the football participants with whom they come into contact.
The publication is part of the ‘Heads Up’ campaign, launched by The FA in partnership with Heads Together, a mental health initiative spearheaded by The Royal Foundation, of which FA President Prince William is a co-founder and patron.
Please click this link to download a copy of the publication. We encourage you to share the publication with anyone you feel would benefit from reading the guide, so collectively we can create the biggest conversation on mental health to date.
Click here for further information on The FA’s work in the sphere of mental health, or please contact Project Administrator Maanik Chadda on Maanik.Chadda@TheFA.com.