Social Networking Policy

by on Oct.11, 2011, under Club Documents & Policies, FA Respect Campaign, Facebook & Twitter, News, Safeguarding Children

The Staffordshire FA has issued clarification to participants relating to the use of social networking sites, including, but not limited to Twitter, Facebook and internet blogs. Participants should be aware that comments made on such sites may be considered public comment, and that further to FA Rule E3, any comments which are deemed improper, bring […]

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Club Behaviour Codes

by on Oct.26, 2009, under Club Documents & Policies

As an FA Community Charter Standard Club we have to adhere to Codes of Practice including Behaviour Policies for parents, players and coaches/managers. These Policies follow fully the FA produced guidelines and are available for download within the Club Documents Tab on this website. As further guidance, there are also links on the Home Page […]

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Club Documents

by on Sep.06, 2009, under Club Documents & Policies

The following documents are now available for downloading: – WJFC safeguarding children policy WJFC – Equality policy WJFC – Antibullying Policy WJFC – By Laws WJFC – Constitution WJFC – membership Form WJFC – Respect Code of Conducts 2014 (1) (1) WJFC – Complaints procedure WJFC- FA Photography Guidelines WJFC – Photography Consent Form 2013 […]

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Club Documents

by on Sep.01, 2009, under Club Documents & Policies

Over the next week I will be adding documents to the site that can be downloaded for use by members and managers. Examples are: – Copy Constitution Copy By Laws Behaviour Policy Membership Form Child Protection Policy I will also detail the Club’s Charitable number. If there is anything else that you think should be […]

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