Our policies

As part of our club's commitment to safeguarding children and young people, we have the following policy and guidance in place. Please make sure you read and understand them. If you have any queries or concerns please contact one of our Club Welfare Officers:

Maria Prime

07885 407688

Philippa Knight

07835 263801

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Hornsey Cricket Club is fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the wellbeing of all its members. Read the code of conduct.

We are committed to providing a caring, friendly and safe environment for all our junior players so that they can train and play in a relaxed and secure atmosphere. Read the policy.

These guidelines are based on those provided by the ECB. They apply to adults, and children, sharing changing facilities. Read the policy.

This concussion recognition tool can be used to recognise concussion in children, youth and adults. Read the guide

Health and Safety Policy

The health and safety of club members, participants, spectators and all others involved in cricket is of paramount importance to Hornsey Cricket Club.  Read the policy 

We are fully committed to the principles of equality of opportunity in cricket, and to ensuring that everyone associated with Hornsey Cricket Club’s activities are treated fairly and are able to conduct their activities free from discrimination, harassment or intimidation. Read the policy.

This policy is for staff and volunteers to ensure the safety of children waiting to be collected.  Read the policy. 

All members and guests of Hornsey Cricket Club must comply with our code of conduct.

If a child in your care goes missing, the following guidelines, which are based on the ECB guidelines, clarify what action you must take. Read the policy.

The Hornsey Cricket Club follows the ECB guidelines for junior cricketers playing in open age cricket. Read the guidelines.

Our policy on the use of photography and video cameras during matches, training sessions and other club occasions, is based on those provided by the ECB. Read the policy.

Hornsey Cricket Club (The Club) is committed to ensuring that all children (persons under the age of 18) participating in cricket have a safe and positive experience. Read the policy.

The Hornsey Cricket Club follows the Outdoor Kids Sun Safety Code, which is supported by over 80 NGBs and outdoor organisations. Read the code.

Our policy for social media, emails and texts is based on guidelines provided by the ECB. Read the policy.

Our policy on transport to and from matches and training. Read the policy.

Hornsey Cricket Club (“Hornsey”) is committed to developing a culture where it is safe and acceptable for all those involved in cricket to raise concerns about unacceptable practice and misconduct. Read the policy.