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Child Safeguarding

Nova Centurion work in accordance with the Swim England Child Safeguarding Policies and Procedures, where all children involved in the club have the right to stay safe and have fun. Amongst other things sport develops phsycial skills, self-esteem and the ability to be a team player, as well as providing an opportunity to achieve individual success.

The Policies and Procedures for Child Safeguarding can be downloaded from here.

If a swimmer has any concerns or worries, or if any person is concerned or worried about the welfare of a swimmer, if appropriate, they should speak to one of the Club Coaches or contact the Club Welfare Officer.

Our Welfare Officer is Karen Daybell and she can be contacted at email address: [email protected]

Alternatively, Swimline is the Swim England and NSPCC Child Protection Helpine and is available for anyone, including children and young people, who believe that the welfare of a child is at risk. This could be due to neglect or absue, bullying or fear of someone, or anything that is worrying you and you don't how to discuss this with.  Swimline can be contacted on 0808 100 4001.