Participation, Respect & Professionalism
Providing young football enthusiasts of our community the opportunity to participate in football

Established 1998




Horndean Hawks Child Welfare & Safeguarding



Every child or young person who plays or participates in football should be able to take part in an enjoyable and safe environment and be protected from abuse.

The clubs designated safeguarding officer (club welfare officer) will be able to advise you on Policies, Procedures and guidance on recruiting volunteers, getting the essentials in place, dealing with poor practice, bullying and abuse.

The clubs has provided below details on our safeguarding policy and other important safeguarding information.

Safeguarding Information

Horndean Hawks Safeguarding Children Policy
Guidelines for good practices U7 to U18
Communicating responsibly with Young Leaders Coaches and Referees U18
Horndean Hawks Club Complaints Procedure
Horndean Hawks Club Volunteer Application Form
Horndean Hawks Equality Policy
Horndean Hawks Goal Post Safety Check
Horndean Hawks Incident and Accident Form
Safe-Away-Cards
Guidelines on having Players Names on the backs of shirts

Social Networking Clarification

The Horndean Hawks statement on the use of social networking websites. click here
Social networking websites mobile phone and email communications
Responsible use of social networking sites
Using Texts and Emails with U18s Dos and Donts