Boxercise Lincoln Safe guarding Policy


This Policy Applies to all Gym instructors paid or unpaid working at Boxercise Lincoln.
Purpose of this policy
To protect children/ young adults who use the services of boxercise Lincoln and to provide staff volunteers the principles of Boxercise Lincoln that guide our approach of safeguarding children/young adults
Boxercise Lincoln believes that no child/young adult should receive any abuse of any kind. We have a responsibility to promoter the welfare of children and young adults and keep them safe. We are committed to do this in a way that protects them. 
This policy has been drawn up to protect children and young adults on the basis of the law that seeks to protect them.
Children’s act 1989
United convention of rights of a child 1991
Data protection 1998
Human rights act 1998
Sexual offences act 2003
Children’s act 2004
Safeguarding vulnerable groups 2006
Protection freedoms act 2012
Children’s and family act 2014
Special educational needs and disability (send) code of practice 0-25 statutory guidance to organisations who work with children and young people who have (send) or disabilities HM government 2014
We recognise
The welfare of the child is paramount as enshrined in the children’s act 1989
All children regardless of age, sexual orientation, disability , gender, religious beliefs, racial heritage, identity have the right to equal protection from all types of harm and abuse.
Some children are additionally vulnerable due to previous experiences their level of dependency communication needs or other issues.
Working in partnership with parent, carers, children and other agencies is essential in promoting young people’s welfare.
We will seek to keep children and young people safe by
Valuing, listening to them and respecting them
Adopting child protection safeguarding procedures
Report safeguarding issues to the manager of Boxercise Lincoln Darren Craig (jack) or
Children’s services Lincoln  01522 782111 outside office hours 01522 782333
Recording and storing information professionally and securely and sharing information about safeguarding and good practice with children their families staff volunteers via leaflets posters and discussions.
Using safeguarding procedures to share concerns and relevant information with agencies who need to know and involving children, young people , parents , families and carers appropriately.
Creating and maintaining an anti-bullying procedure and dealing with bullying if it does arise.
Ensuring we provide a safe physical environment for children and young people staff and volunteers applying health and safety measures in accordance with the law.

Safeguarding responsible person Darren Craig (Jack)
If you are unable to speak to Darren Craig please contact Lincolnshire children’s services 
01522 782111

out of hours 01522 782333

Boxercise Lincoln Safe guarding Policy


This Policy Applies to all Gym instructors paid or unpaid working at Boxercise Lincoln.
Purpose of this policy
To protect children/ young adults who use the services of boxercise Lincoln and to provide staff volunteers the principles of Boxercise Lincoln that guide our approach of safeguarding children/young adults
Boxercise Lincoln believes that no child/young adult should receive any abuse of any kind. We have a responsibility to promoter the welfare of children and young adults and keep them safe. We are committed to do this in a way that protects them. 
This policy has been drawn up to protect children and young adults on the basis of the law that seeks to protect them.
Children’s act 1989
United convention of rights of a child 1991
Data protection 1998
Human rights act 1998
Sexual offences act 2003
Children’s act 2004
Safeguarding vulnerable groups 2006
Protection freedoms act 2012
Children’s and family act 2014
Special educational needs and disability (send) code of practice 0-25 statutory guidance to organisations who work with children and young people who have (send) or disabilities HM government 2014
We recognise
The welfare of the child is paramount as enshrined in the children’s act 1989
All children regardless of age, sexual orientation, disability , gender, religious beliefs, racial heritage, identity have the right to equal protection from all types of harm and abuse.
Some children are additionally vulnerable due to previous experiences their level of dependency communication needs or other issues.
Working in partnership with parent, carers, children and other agencies is essential in promoting young people’s welfare.
We will seek to keep children and young people safe by
Valuing, listening to them and respecting them
Adopting child protection safeguarding procedures
Report safeguarding issues to the manager of Boxercise Lincoln Darren Craig (jack) or
Children’s services Lincoln  01522 782111 outside office hours 01522 782333
Recording and storing information professionally and securely and sharing information about safeguarding and good practice with children their families staff volunteers via leaflets posters and discussions.
Using safeguarding procedures to share concerns and relevant information with agencies who need to know and involving children, young people , parents , families and carers appropriately.
Creating and maintaining an anti-bullying procedure and dealing with bullying if it does arise.
Ensuring we provide a safe physical environment for children and young people staff and volunteers applying health and safety measures in accordance with the law.

Safeguarding responsible person Darren Craig (Jack)
If you are unable to speak to Darren Craig please contact Lincolnshire children’s services 
01522 782111

out of hours 01522 782333