Welfare & Safeguarding

Newquay Cormorants Swimming Club is committed to treat everyone equally within the context of their activity, regardless of sex, ethnic origin, religion, disability or political persuasion.

Our club operates Welfare under the guidance and in line with the requirements of the ASA. If you have any concerns about the welfare of children in the club please contact our Welfare Officer Rebecca Baker (email).

Newquay Cormorants Swimming Club is fully committed to the Child Protection and Safeguarding Guidelines set down in the ASA Wavepower document. which is the ASA policy and guidance to safeguarding children and young people in swimming. The Welfare Officer is there for all swimmers under 18 and makes the needs of these swimmers a priority. If you have a concern about yourself or another swimmer, how you are being treated by others or something that is making you unhappy your Club Welfare Officer is there for you, or if you prefer your parent or carer to talk to.

Our Club’s Safeguarding Policy can be found here

The ASA’s Wavepower Document and other essential safeguarding information can be downloaded using the following links below

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