Blackrock Bowling and Tennis Club has adopted and implemented the Code of Ethics and Good Practice for Children’s Sport as set out by Tennis Ireland, as an integral part of club policy on children and club membership.
Upon joining the Club or renewal of membership, all members agree to abide by the Club’s Child Protection Policy and Codes of Conduct. These policies and codes are set out below and all members and their children should read and become familiar with them.
Blackrock Bowling and Tennis club is not responsible for providing adult supervision for children other than at organised junior coaching, junior camps and junior tournaments. Blackrock Bowling and Tennis club does not accept responsibility for juniors that arrive to the club to play on their own. It is strongly recommended that if children are playing in the club independently of the club’s organised activities that a parent/guardian stays with them for the duration of the activity.
The club’s child protection officers are available should any member have any questions or require any assistance in relation to child protection in the club.
The Child Protection Officers for Blackrock Bowling and Tennis Club are:
Mr. Robert Heron 086 2597944
Ms. Heidi Hickey 086 8146713
Code of Ethics and Good Practice for Children’s Sport in Ireland link.
- Club Code of Conduct for Parents and Guardians
- Club Code of Conduct for Children and Young People
- Club Code of Conduct for Coaches
- Club Policy on Bullying
- Club Policy on Positive Discipline
- Club Policy on Transporting Young People
- Club Policy on Photography
- Club Policy On Confidentiality
- Summary of Rules that apply to Junior Members
- Child Protection Policy Statement