Safeguarding issues Contact Numbers.

by on May.09, 2021, under Safeguarding Children

The Club takes its Safeguarding and Child Protection responsibilities seriously. If you have any Safeguarding concerns, there are many places where you can report them. The club has Safeguarding signposting cards as the images below show. Every player’s parents/guardians should have one. If you haven’t – please contact the team manager or club committee member.

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Help for Cyber-bullying

by on Mar.04, 2019, under News, Safeguarding Children

Following our recent reminder of the Club’s Social Media policy, we thought it wise to provide parents with examples of common forms of cyber-bullying. This is provided via the link below, which also gives contact details to Help 123, which is a one stop service for youth cyber wellness issues.

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Club supports FA Safeguarding stance

by on Nov.15, 2017, under Safeguarding Children

The Club fully supports the FA’s commitment to making football safe for young players. The FA has published an update that can be found via the link below – please take time to read it. The Club’s 3 Welfare Officers are: – Mini Soccer section – Sare Michael 07505074434 11 v 11 boys section – […]

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Lions Get Shocking New Signing

by on Jan.11, 2015, under Community Work, Safeguarding Children, Under 9s Lions 16/17

Wyrley Juniors U7s Lions will have a new addition to their kit bag with a donation of a life saving Automated Defibrillator. This device designed to help if a player suffers a Cardiac Arrest was provided to Wyrley Juniors FC under 7s Lions by a local first aid training company Safeaid Services. The device will […]

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