SwimMark Club

Code of Conducts

The aims of the Club are to promote the art of swimming and its related disciplines. The Club is committed to treat everyone equally within the context of their activity, regardless of sex, ethnic origin, religion, disability or political persuasion. The Club believes that the welfare of children is everyone’s responsibility and that all children and young people have a right to have fun, be safe and protected from harm.

As a club affiliated to Swim England (Formaly ASA) we conduct our activities within the rules of the Association. These rules include the Child Protection Policy, Code of Ethics, Code of Conduct and Equity Policy. These are displayed on the Club notice board or on the ASA website at www.britishswimming.org. Further details are available from Yasmin Pxton, Radcliffe Swimming Club's Swim Mark Coordinator

Code of Conduct- Children

Code of Conduct- Parents & Guardians

Code of Conduct- Members, Committee Members, Officials, and Volunteers

Code of Conduct- Coaches & Teachers


Failure to comply with these codes will result in the appropriate disciplinary action. A verbal comment or warning is the first stage. If this is ineffective the following sanctions will follow: 

1.Temporary exclusion 

2.Written warning 

3.Withdrawal of membership