Badminton Scotland is fully committed to safeguarding the welfare of all children in its care. We recognise the responsibility to promote safe practice and to protect children from harm, abuse and exploitation.
Badminton Scotland believes that all members, clubs and associations have a responsibility to help protect young people and incorporate good practice as an essential element to ensure that this happens.
It is a stated benefit of affiliation to Badminton Scotland that our members can access the services of Disclosure Scotland.
Should you require any further information, have concerns about the welfare of a child or wish to discuss any of the information outlined, please contact one of Badminton Scotland Child Wellbeing & Protection Officers:
Rita Yuan Gao, 07769 322166, email@example.com
Nicky Waterson, 07398 121009, firstname.lastname@example.org
10 STEPS: What has Badminton Scotland done to safeguard children in sport?
Wellbeing is broader than child protection and how we tend to think about welfare.
To help make sure everyone – children, young people, parents, and the services that support them – has a common understanding of what wellbeing means, wellbeing is described in terms of eight indicators.
The eight wellbeing indicators are commonly referred to by their initial letters – SHANARRI.
Badminton Scotland will play our part to promote, support and safeguard children and young people’s wellbeing.
|Safeguarding in Sport Service||0141 419 1156||www.safeguardinginsport.org.uk|
|CHILDREN 1ST||0131 446 2300||www.children1st.org.uk|
|Badmintonscotland Child Protection Officer||0141 445 1218||badmintonscotland.org.uk|
|Samaritans||08457 90 90 90||www.samaritans.org|
|respectme (anti bullying)||0800 441111||www.respectme.org.uk|
|ParentLine Scotland||0800 028 2233||www.parentlinescotland.org.uk|
|sportscotland||0141 534 6500||www.sportscotland.org.uk|
|NSPCC 24 hour helpline||0808 800 5000||www.nspcc.org.uk|
|With Scotland (for contact with Police & Social Services)||www.withscotland.org|