Worksop Boys & Girls JFC
Worksop Boys & Girls JFC

Safegaurding & Welfare

Here at Worksop Boys & Gilrs JFC the safeguarding and welfare of our players is of paramount importance and we take it extremely seriously. We constantly strive to ensure that we are creating a positive & supportive enviroment for our player to grow and develop in whilst ensuring it is safe and enjoyable as possible.


Safeguarding is Everyone Responsibility!


A clear safeguarding policy has been put in place at the club to protect all the people involved in our grassroots football along with a Anti-Bulling Policy and Equality Policy. There three policies can be found at the bottom of this page and in our policy and procedures section. 


Welfare Officer: Lee Palmer (boys teams) - Tarah Perkins (Girls teams)



If you are concerned about the safety or welfare of one of our players, or the behaviour of an adult towards a child please contact the relevant welfare officer using the contact details above or by filling in our online concerns form using the following link. This form can be filled in annonomously should you wish. REPORT YOUR CONCERN


If you believe a child is at immediate risk of harm please call the police on 999.


Here are other ways in which you can report a concern outside of the club:

  • To your County FA Designated Safeguarding Officer. Sarah Pridmore 0114 261 5514 or email
  • By emailing The FA Safeguarding Team at or by calling and asking for the team on 0800 169 1863;
  • If urgent and you cannot contact your club, league or County FA Designated Safeguarding Officer, you should call the NSPCC 24 hour helpline on 0808 800 5000
  • If it is an emergency because a child or children are at immediate risk, then call the Police or Children’s Social Care in your area.


Please find below useful links to other organisations that can help,




CEOP Child Exploitation & Online Protection

The FA Safeguarding Webpage

Sheffield FA Safeguarding


The FA Whistle-Blowing Policy


Whistle-blowing in a safeguarding context means revealing and raising concerns over misconduct or malpractice within an organisation, or within an independent structure associated with it.


It can be used as an early-warning system or when it’s recognised that appropriate actions have not been taken. This approach or policy is adopted in many different walks of life.


Any adult or young person with concerns about a colleague’s conduct towards a child or young person can also use whistleblowing by calling 0800 169 1863 and asking for The FA’s safeguarding team, or via email to:


Alternatively, concerns can be reported:

  • Direct to the local Police or Children’s Social Care services, or
  • The Child Protection in Sport Unit at, or The NSPCC Helpline on 0808 800 5000 or email:



WBGJFC Safeguarding Policy
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WBGJFC Anti-Bullying Policy
WBGJFC Anti-Bullying Policy.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [2.6 MB]
WBGJFC Equality Policy
WBGJFC-equality-policy 1.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [71.4 KB]
The FA's Guidance On How To Report Concerns
Adobe Acrobat document [2.3 MB]

For Further Information:



or contact us by using our online contact form.


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10.45am - 11.45am BOYS & GIRLS AGED 4 - 11 years