The recent allegations of historical abuse in football must emphasise to everyone involved in snowsport the need to follow good safeguarding practice. Snowsport England is committed to safeguarding the welfare of all children and young people within snowsport.
Please see the 2016 Annual Report which would have been released at the AGM in September which has been postponed to May 2017.
We thought it would be good to publish now so people can see the work that has been done in the interim before we have the AGM in May.
Please click here to view the Report
Over 150 girls from schools across the UK will descend upon Flaine, France on 30th & 31st January 2017 as they take part in two days of racing as part of the 58th British Schoolgirls’ Races.
We have worked closely with the Child Protection In Sport Unit (CPSU) and NSPCC to develop a robust policy and procedures to safeguard children, achieving the NSPCC & CPSU's National Advanced Standards for safeguarding and protecting children in sport.
We work closely with our clubs and statutory agencies to ensure safeguarding children is prioritised. Any allegation, suspicion of harm or concern is taken seriously and responded to swiftly, fairly and appropriately.
Aldershot Snowsports for the Disabled has achieved the ‘Snowmark’ accreditation – a national award from Snowsport England awarded to high quality sport and community clubs who offer a safe, rewarding and fulfilling place for participants of all ages.
GB Park and Pipe snowboarder Katie Ormerod opened up a successful weekend for British Ski and Snowboard as she claimed third position in the Snowboard Big Air World Cup in Alpensia, Korea, a PyeongChang Olympic test event.
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