Mansfield Junior Badminton Club

Safeguarding

Safeguarding at MJBC

Welfare Officer – Richard Smith

Introducing Richard

I am the club’s Welfare Office and I am the first point of contact for any welfare concerns, be you a youngster or an adult. Also, if you need advice on best practice then get in touch, if I don’t know, I know someone who will.

You can contact me directly on:

Tel: 07847 516876
Email: richberniesmith@hotmail.com

I have played badminton for 40 years and work in energy efficiency, mainly in schools. I am Chair of Governors at Flying High Academy Ladybrook, so have experience of Safeguarding to a high standard. I have a daughter, Emily, at the club and a 2-year-old son, Jason, who wants to join as soon as he can.

The safety of our members is important to us

The club is committed to ensuring that its young members are able to enjoy a wide range of activities in a safe environment.  This club prioritises the protection of children who participate in club programmes. 

Having fun in a safe environment

Useful Safeguarding references

Badminton England

Badminton England is committed to the welfare of all young people involved in the sport whether playing, coaching or volunteering.

NSPCC

If you’re worried about a child, you can call the NSPCC. Contact their helpline and speak to one of their trained counsellors for information and advice.

Childline

If you are a young person and you want to talk then Childline may be the right resource for you.

ThinkUKnow

Helping parents to protect their children from sexual abuse online.

CEOP

Are you worried about online sexual abuse or the way someone has been communicating with you online

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