Information for parents
Supporting the safeguarding and wellbeing of our players - useful information:
On enrolling with the club, and then on an annual basis, you will need to register with PCNC. All of the information held is confidential but required to give a safe environment for you as a player or for your child. As part of your registration you will be asked if you give photo permission. Photos may be used on our club website, our club social media pages and potentially in media outlets, such as the local news.
You will also be required to agree to our Players code of conduct.
CODES OF CONDUCT
To ensure that the game of netball in the South West is played in a manner consistent with the ethos of fair play, integrity, sportsmanship and honesty, each club entering the Regional, local Leagues or competitions sign up to codes of conduct for their players, umpires and coaches.
To view and download the Codes of Conduct please click on the links below:
PCNC Codes of conduct
Player - to be read and agreed annually at club registration
Coach - to be read and agreed by all coaches annually
Volunteer code of conduct - to be read and agreed by all club volunteers annually
PCNC Complaints policy
Please contact our welfare secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org should you have any concerns. Alternatively any other member of our committee or our coaches are always available to discuss any concerns you may have as a player or as a parent. Our complaints policy can be found here PCNC Complaints policy
England Netball supporting documents:
England Netball is our governing body. You are able to view and download their safeguaridng policies below:
Youth Funding - Plymouth Aspirations Trust (PAT)
The Plymouth Aspirations Trust aims to help individual young people in Plymouth who have been recognised by a supporting organisation as having an aspiration to achieve higher and greater things towards recognising their wider aspiration to include sporting, musical, artistic, vocational or academic endeavours.
Applications are welcomed from any young person aged 11 to 19 (up to 25 with additional needs) who has been in continuous residence in Plymouth for three years preceding the date of the award. Younger ages may be considered in exceptional circumstances.
Applications are reviewed up to three times a year.
There are four stages for your application as follows:
- Submission of application form and any additional supporting information
- Review by Young People’s Panel with recommendations to Trustees
- Review and approval by Trustees
- Communication of decision to applicant
A panel of trained young people from across Plymouth will be supporting the Trustees in making decisions on all applications. Typically bursaries will range from £100 to £500.
For more information please call 01752 307414 or email Aspirations.Trust@plymouth.gov.uk.
PAT application form [Word, 132KB]
PAT information and guidance [PDF, 128KB]