Category: Teddington CC

Code of Conduct for Coaches, Managers & Volunteers

Code of Conduct for Coaches, Managers & Volunteers All Teddington Cricket Club personnel will: ▪ Respect the rights, dignity and worth of every person within the context of cricket. ▪ Treat everyone equally and not discriminate on the grounds of age, gender, disability, race, ethnic origin nationality, colour, parental or […]

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Social Media Policy

Social media, text, direct text/media messaging and email policy Social Media is a wonderful tool and one we want to use constructively and safely. Teddington Cricket Club promotes the healthy and appropriate use of social media. It’s important to be aware of the potential pitfalls and safeguarding issues that arise when posting content […]

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Helmet Guidelines (ECB)

ECB announces new safety measures for helmets within professional and recreational cricket   The ECB Board today endorsed changes to the regulations governing the use of helmets across the professional and recreational game.   From next season, all male and female cricketers playing in professional cricket matches will be required […]

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TCC Indoor and Outdoor Risk Assessment

Teddington CC Juniors Indoor Risk Assessment 2016 Teddington CC Juniors Indoor Risk Assessment 2017 TEDDINGTON CRICKET CLUB RISK ASSESSMENT reassessed 2017  

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Playing Rules and ECB Guidance

This page is to provide links for additional guidance and support for our junior members of Teddington CC http://static.ecb.co.uk/files/014kb-11278.pdf (ECB Guidance – wearing of cricket helmets by young players) http://static.ecb.co.uk/files/015kb-11279.pdf (ECB Guidance – fielding regulations) http://static.ecb.co.uk/files/016kb-11280.pdf (ECB Guidance – fast bowling directives) http://static.ecb.co.uk/files/018kb-11281.pdf (ECB Guidance – juniors playing in open age cricket) http://static.ecb.co.uk/files/019kb-11282.pdf (ECB Guidance […]

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Equity Policy Statement

Teddington Cricket Club (“The Club”) Equity Policy Statement Teddington Cricket Club is committed to ensuring that equity is incorporated across all aspects of its development. In doing so it acknowledges and adopts the following Sport England definition of sports equity: Sports equality is about fairness in sport, equality of access, […]

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Missing Child Policy

Teddington Cricket Club (“The Club”) Missing Child Policy A child going missing can be extremely traumatic – for adults and children. However, if everyone is aware of some simple pre-defined guidelines, panic levels can be minimised, and more critically, the missing child can, hopefully, be found in an organised and […]

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Changing Room Policy

Teddington Cricket Club (“The Club”) Changing and showering policy For players under the age of 18 playing in adult teams, the following policy applies. Adults will not change, or shower, at the same time using the same facility as children Adults will try to change at separate times to children during […]

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Transport and Management of Players Away from Club

Teddington Cricket Club Policy on Transport To and From Matches and Training All parents/carers are responsible for the safe delivery and collection of their child for matches or training. All fixtures are provided to parents through Teamer and or googledocs via the Age Group Managers. Coaches and club staff will […]

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Photography and Video Policy

Teddington Cricket Club Photography and Filming Policy Teddington Cricket Club promotes the appropriate use of photography and filming of children participating in cricket, however, it’s important to be aware of the potential child protection and safeguarding issues that arise when people take photos or film children in relation to sporting […]

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