Child Protection

eudo upholds the principle that all children regardless of age, culture, disability, gender, language, racial origin, religious belief and/or sexual identity have the right to protection from abuse. eudo is committed to the welfare and protection of children and young people so that they can enjoy sporting activities in safety without fear, threat or abuse.


eudo will promote good practice to protect children and reduce risk to our members and coaches.

We recognise that we have responsibility to:

Provide support, appropriate training and adequate supervision to all children

Promote and protect the interests and well being of children with whom we are working.

Take all reasonable practical steps to protect children from harm, discrimination, or degrading treatment and respect their rights, wishes and feelings. Promote and protect the interests and well being of children with whom we are working.

Confidentiality should be maintained in line with the Human Rights Act 2000 and the Date Protection Act 1988.

Our child protection procedures are intended to maintain professionalism and high standards of practice so that our staff and coaches can work with parents and carers to ensure the children’s welfare remains paramount.

We recognise that any procedure is only as effective as the ability and skill of those who operate it. We are therefore committed to operating sound recruitment procedures.

All staff are Enhanced DBS checked with portable certificates.

What is an enhanced DBS? A Criminal Record Check at Enhanced Disclosure level with barred list checks, often referred to as an Enhanced DBS, is the highest level required for positions that can involve caring for, training, supervising or being in sole charge of children or vulnerable adults.

29 Lavender Drive
Calne Wiltshire
SN11 0QJ

Tel: 01249 817 568

The NSPCC operates a 24-hour free phone help line telephone number 0800-800-500, you do not have to give your name but it is helpful if you do.