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Winwick Athletic FC’s Annual Club Presentation is taking place at Winwick Leisure Centre, Myddleton Lane, on Saturday 14th July 2018.
Watch this space for further details about timings for individual age groups. Our Club Facebook page will also be providing further details as we announce them. This date was first posted to all Managers in February 2018, so all parents should have been made aware well before now of this date to keep free in your diaries.
Presentation 1 – Starts 12.15pm
12.30 Academy (Paul, Rachel, Kath)
12.45 U7 Wolves (Carlo)
1.00 U7 Wildcats (Oli)
1.15 U8 Wolves (Gary, Scott, Steve)
1.30 U8 Wildcats (Ian, Matty, Gary)
Presentation 2 – Starts 2.00pm
2.00 U9 Wildcats (Simon)
2.15 U9 Warriors (Keith, Roderic, Mark)
2.30 U10 Wolves (Steve, Stuart)
2.45 U10 Wildcats (Neil, Niall)
3.10 Special Awards (Mini-Soccer Teams – U7s to U10s)
Presentation 3 – Starts 3.30pm
3.30 U11 Wolves (Richard, Dave, Damian)
3.45 U11 Wildcats (Martin, John)
4.00 U11 Warriors (Andy, Raphael)
4.15 U12 Bulls (Tracey, Alan, Brad)
4.40 Special Awards (9v9 Teams – U11s to U12s)
Presentation 4 – Starts 5.00pm
5.00 U13 Tigers (Lee, Mark, Ben)
5.15 U13 Dragons (Rhyan, Sharon, Ross)
Presentation 5 – Starts 5.30pm
5.30 U14 Dragons (Ricky, Andy)
5.45 U15 Warriors (Jeni, Paul)
6.00 U17 Warriors (Kath, Jay)
6.30 Special Awards (11-a-Side Teams U13s to U17s)
Evening Disco for all from 7.30pm until late (bar until midnight)
Activities and Entertainment During the Day from 1pm
Mini-Soccer Goals on Field (Nets up for the kids all day – available from 12pm)
Hot Food Van
Child Entertainer (in other room throughout the Presentations for ALL Younger children)
“Dear Club Secretary,
I am writing to you today to ensure that all our clubs are aware of the recent disclosures of child abuse in football and what they should do next if they have any concerns.
Everyone at The FA is appalled by the horrific abuse that has been suffered by former footballers. I applaud their immense courage and bravery in coming forward. Our thoughts are with the victims of this abuse and we are clear that we will do everything we can to support them.
I wanted to ensure that you are left in no doubt concerning how seriously The FA is approaching these disclosures. At the moment, and in line with the normal FA safeguarding procedures, we are working closely with the police and relevant authorities and we continue to encourage anyone with information about possible child abuse to report their concerns to the police, The FA or the NSPCC.
I am sure you too are deeply concerned about the recent disclosures and it is of course important to emphasise the diligence with which clubs must approach their safeguarding responsibilities. I am therefore writing to every grassroots club in the country, while my counterparts in the Premier League and EFL are writing to the professional clubs too.
All clubs need to ensure their safeguarding is a priority. Together, we will make sure that the game we all love can be played in a safe, fun environment.
Firstly, I would like your help to ensure that we can offer support to those who need it. Please ensure that those at your club are aware of the specific helpline we have commissioned the NSPCC to provide to help encourage more people to come forward. The number is 0800 023 2642.
Secondly, I ask you too for extra vigilance with regards to safeguarding and your procedures. If you have any concerns, please contact The FA through email@example.com.
We cannot and will not be complacent. Despite the fact that the safeguarding landscape has changed significantly in recent years, we must ensure we all treat the topic with the utmost care. As you know, The FA works collaboratively on prevention and investigations with the Premier League, the EFL and County FAs, along with other football stakeholders. The FA has a team of safeguarding professionals who put in place preventative measures via policy, education, best practice and support for the network of people acting as Designated Safeguarding Officers (DSOs). That team is here to help you if you need it; as a grassroots club you can also seek advice and guidance directly from your CFA DSO. In addition our specialist Case Management Team comprised of safeguarding professionals manage referrals and concerns, working closely with the statutory agencies in relation to investigations and put in place safeguards to manage people who pose, or may pose a risk of harm.
This framework sees 8,500 DSOs across the professional and grassroots game and carries out some 55,000 criminal records checks each season. 35,000 coaches and referees also attend The FA’s safeguarding awareness course each season and each club of course also implements its own safeguarding policy.
Collectively we will continue to work together to ensure that these measures are robust and that football is played safely across the country.
If you have any concerns please contact us.
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