By - July 24 2009

In July 2009 the Club achieved the pioneering club accreditation scheme 'Clubmark' to develop a vibrant and healthy club cricket infrastructure, in addition to 'Focus Club' status.

The four main themes of Clubmark are:

    *    Duty of Care and Safeguarding Children

    *    The Cricket Programme

    *    Sports Equity and Ethics

    *    Club Management


Why is Clubmark important?


As well as ensuring that the latest child protection standards are being met, each club that gains accreditation will:

 - be better organised as a club
 - be networked into local and national sports organisations that can provide further support to Clubmark clubs
 - be promoted in their local community and on a national database
 - be better placed to succeed in any future funding applications.


Quatt Cricket Club Clubmark Documents


Duty of Care and Safeguarding Children


- Code of Conduct for Cricket Club Members and Guests

- Guidelines for dealing with Incidents and Accidents

- Incident or Accident Report Form

- Consent Form

- Junior Membership Form

- Safehands Parts 1 and 2

- Safehands Part 3


The Cricket Programme


- Risk Assessment Form

- List of Qualified Coaches

- Coaches Code of Conduct

- Selection of Young Players for an Adult Match

- Changing Room Policy

- The Fast Bowling Directive

- The Wearing of Helmets by Young Players

- The Fielding Regulations for Young Players


Sport Equity and Ethics


- Code of Conduct and Rules for Young People

- Code of Conduct for Club Members and Guests

- ECB Equity Policy

- Membership Form

- Club Constitution

- One Game Pledge