Safeguarding and protecting children, young people and vulnerable members of our community is very important to Staffordshire YFC. We provide activities and services for young people aged 10 to 28 years who may have additional needs for support and protection. We are committed to promoting a safe environment for children, young people and adults at risk to participate and enjoy the range YFC activities by ensuring that there are appropriate arrangements in place.
From September 2021, the federation has started to use online parental consent forms for their Competitions and Social Events, via a platform called JotForm. To find the link to the bespoke jotform created for a particular activity, head to the calendar date on this website and scroll to the date of the event. Note that each form has a pre-published deadline to assist with the pre-planning of the event/competition and risk assessments. To head directly to the calendar, please click here.
For an overview of Safeguarding in Staffordshire YFC and the National Federation, including how your local club and county operate, please click here
Your membership form at the start of the year incorporates the parental consent and medical information as well as photo consent which necessary for your Clubs records. This is also a consent for the PRINTED and PUBLISHED club programme at the REGULAR MEETING PLACE.
All Clubs are advised to use Permission Slips when taking members on trips, activities and visits away from their normal meeting place. Club Safeguarding Officers – click here to download the form you need and edit with your activity details before circulating to parents/guardians.
Please click here to view the welcome letter which is sent to all members who are aged 17 or under when they join.
Please click here to view the welcome letter which is sent to all parents/guardians of members who are aged 17 or under when they join.
For a copy of our SCFYFC Policy for the Safeguarding of Children Young People and Adults at risk please call our County Office on 01785 248645.
If you have any safeguarding concerns within SCFYFC, call Polly Baines, the County Designated Safeguarding Officer on 07854 815508 or email – firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have an immediate concern about a child or young person, contact the police on 101, or 999 in an emergency, or your local social work services (Find your local children’s social care team).