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Codes Of Conduct

All those who work directly with children must ensure:

  • Swimmers are treated with dignity and respect.
  • Good practice is promoted to reduce the possibility of abusive situations occurring.
  • They and every coach, volunteer, club, official and member of staff continually reflect upon their own coaching, supervisory style, philosophy and practices to ensure the safety and well-being of children at all times.
  • They always work appropriately and openly with children in the club.
  • They are an excellent role model; this includes not smoking or drinking alcohol in the company of young people.
  • They always put the welfare of each young person first, before winning or achieving goals.
  • They build a balanced relationship based on mutual trust, which empowers young people to share in the decision-making process.
  • They refer and deal with concerns regarding child safeguarding appropriately.

In support of Safeguarding, Bicester Blue Fins has adopted the following Codes Of Conduct contained within Wavepower:-

Code of conduct for swimming coaches and teachers

Code of conduct for committee members, officials and volunteers

Code of conduct for parents

Code of conduct for swimmers

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