It is important that you fill in the rest of this form as fully as possible. Failure to provide any relevant information could mean that the safety and welfare of your child is compromised. Girls United cannot be held responsible if information has not been shared.
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Religion and Culture
Girls United recognises that an individual’s affiliation and/ or belief system can be an intrinsic part of who they are. Therefore Girls United believes it is necessary to monitor Religion or Belief along with other protected characteristics defined by The Equality Act 2010.
Arrangements will be made to collect and return children to specific pick up points. Girls United’s responsibility stops and starts at these points. It is your responsibility to arrange safe travel to and from the pick up points. If you are ever delayed in collecting the child, please make every effort to contact Girls United Staff or the escorting helpers so we can discuss arrangements for the child.
There may be occasions when your child is involved in planned and structured non-football activities such as a trip to the cinema, bowling or participating in family days, tournaments or a fund-raising event. Girls United will have collected appropriate information in preparation for the activity (e.g. about the journey, the children’s various needs and helper skills), identified any potential risks or dangers, minimised the risks and dangers by careful planning and precautions and made sure we know who is responsible for putting precautions into place (e.g. who will carry the First Aid kit). This process is called a risk assessment.
How your information will be used
We would like to keep your details so we can contact you about news from Girls United, for administration, recording and monitoring purposes, for marketing purposes and for any other purposes that Girls United considers reasonable. Your personal information will be held and used in accordance with EU GDPR 2018 and UK DPA 2018.
We may contact you by post, telephone, email or text.
The child's contact details
Girls United follows The FA’s best practice guidance on communicating with U18s.
These details will not be shared with any third party without first asking for your permission and will be kept and used in accordance with the EU GDPR 2018 and UK DPA 2018.
CONSENT OF LEGAL CARER
Photography and Images
At times Girls United may wish to take photos or videos of the team or individuals in it. We adhere to The FA Guidelines to ensure these are safe and respectful and used solely for the purposes for which they are intended, which is promotion and celebration of the activities of Girls United and for training purposes.
Terms of consent:
For 11 and under:
I will take part in Girls United activities and will stick to the Girls United rules. I will tell the coach or another person if I do not feel well or if I have any worries.
For over 11's:
I agree to participate in Girls United activities as detailed above and agree to adhere to guidelines and or codes of conduct that may be issued in the interest of my own safety.