Child Welfare Statement
Safe – Fun -Fair
Rush Athletic believe that childrens soccer should be Safe and Fun for all participants and conducted in the spirit of fair play to all.
All children and young people who play soccer should be able to do so in a safe and enjoyable environment.
While doing so they should be protected from any form of abuse, be it physical, emotional, sexual, neglect or bullying.
The responsibility for protecting children lies with all adults involved in soccer.
Any concerns in relation to Child Welfare should be addressed to any of the two Rush Athletic FC Designated Child Welfare Officers.
Toni Byrne – 086 4047264
Oonagh Hanratty – 085 1140496
All of our coaches are required to complete a Child Welfare Course and apply for Garda vetting.
They must also read and agree with the FAI Code of Ethics documents as laid out below.
Parents, please read the documents at the link below to familiarise yourself with the FAI ploicies on child welfare.
FAI CODE of ETHICS
For FAI Code of Ethics for Children, Coaches and Parents/Guardians click below.
There are plenty of useful documents in this location.
Coaches and All Club volunteers need to read the three documents and email the club at email@example.com stating your name, team you coaching, and that you have read the documents and agree fully with them.
Child Welfare Policy
Code of Conduct for Coaches
Parents Code of Conduct
Thanks a million.
There are also some other documents worth reading on the website and it wouldn't be a bad idea to ask the parents to read the documents too.