Have you....?

 

Emailed junior@centrallondonlacrosse.co.uk to enquire about joining and to ask any questions?

Completed the disclaimer form and returned it to the Junior Manager? (Download here - insert link)

Downloaded the Teamer app to keep up to date with training and fixtures?

Paid your membership?

Emailed treasurer@centrallondonlacrosse.co.uk as well as junior@centrallondonlacrosse.co.uk to confirm membership payment?

 

Teamer

Teamer is a scheduling and communications application that will enable CLL Juniors to more effectively manage club activities. As a popular and proven sports team management app, Teamer will enable our players and their families to stay closely connected to the scheduling of matches and any modifications to trainings throughout the season. In the coming weeks, club members will receive an invite to join Teamer. On-boarding to the app is straight forward. We are encouraging parents to participate.

 

Payment Details 

 

Payment for the season can only be made electronically to the account noted below. Please include your name as a reference. Please email treasurer@centrallondonlacrosse.co.uk and junior@centrallondonlacrosse.co.uk with the player’s name upon completion of your electronic payment.

 

Autumn-Spring 2017 - 2018 (Sept ‘17 – Mar ‘18) Fees as of September 2017

 

Full season membership for one child

£100

Half year membership for one child

£50

Full season membership with sibling discount (per child)

£80

Half season membership with sibling discount (per child)

£40

 

ELA Registration

 

We ask all parents to register their daughter with the English Lacrosse Association in order to be covered for insurance purposes. The cost of the cover is £15 per junior player. ELA registration is now obligatory should we participate in any league matches or tournaments.

 

Central London Lacrosse Juniors Policy 

 

Child Protection Policy Statement

 

Central London Lacrosse Club is committed to creating and maintaining the safest possible environment for children/young people to play sport. We do this by:

  • Recognising that all children have the right to freedom from abuse and harm
  • Ensuring that all our staff and volunteers are carefully selected and vetted, have the relevant 
qualifications and experience, and accept responsibility for helping to prevent the abuse of children in 
their care
  • Responding quickly and appropriately to all suspicions or allegations of abuse Providing parents/carers, 
children / young people with the opportunity to voice any concerns they may have
  • Adopting disciplinary measures and sanctions which are non-violent and do not impose humiliation
  • Reviewing the effectiveness of the Club’s Child Protection Policy and Procedures
  • Working with external agencies, for example, English Lacrosse Association, Children’s Social Services, 
police, to ensure, as far as is possible, that children/young people are protected
  • Not tolerating bullying. Incidents of bullying will be investigated and treated seriously. Action will be 
taken to stop the bullying.


The Club has been assigned a new Welfare and Child Protection Officer this season. The officer oversees background checks for parents who would like to volunteer with the Club.

Should you wish to confidentially contact this person, please email cllwelfare@centrallondonlacrosse.co.uk.

      

Equity Policy

 

Central London Lacrosse Club, as a member of English Lacrosse, is fully committed to supporting the principle and practice of equity. No participant, volunteer, job applicant or employee will receive less favourable treatment on the grounds of age, gender, parental or marriage and civil partnership status, race, ethnic origin, religion or belief, disability, social status or sexual orientation or will be disadvantaged by conditions or requirements that cannot be shown to be relevant to performance. Central London Lacrosse Club as a member of English Lacrosse and its partners in the sport of Lacrosse is united in encouraging all involved in the game to adopt this vision for equity.

 

Code of Conduct for Players

  • Learn and play by the rules
  • Respect coaches, team-mates, opponents, officials and their decisions.
  • Treat officials, as you would expect to be treated by them.
  • Play for fun and enjoyment
  • Be a good sport; win with modesty, and lose with dignity
  • Always arrive in good time for training and matches
  • Always bring and wear the correct kit for games
  • Goalkeepers must always be fully kitted as laid down in FIL rules
  • Always warm up and cool down properly
  • Inform the coach or manager of any injury sustained as soon as possible during training or a match
  • Always inform the coach or manager in specified time if you are unavailable for any match.
  • Under 18s are not permitted to smoke, consume alcohol or take drugs of any kind on the club premises whilst travelling to away matches or whilst representing the club at competitions
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