Fridays at Scarborough Rugby Club.
12yrs & under 4pm -5pm
13yrs & over 5pm -6pm
£4 per session
(pay per session)
Please note normal training sessions and payments are currently suspended due to Covid 19 restrictions. Individual members will be contacted by email to discuss their return to swimming sessions and payments.
any questions regarding membership, sessions or payments should be emailed to :
Updated August 2020
CLUB CHILD SAFEGUARDING INFORMATION
Data protection guidance for clubs
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect on 25 May 2018. GDPR replaces the old Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA).
Although many of the GDPR’s main concepts and principles are much the same as those under the DPA, there are a number of changes for clubs to consider.
Further Information and FAQ can be found on this link:
Constitution of Scarborough Swimming Club.
Codes of Conduct
This is the official link to our online swim shop with ProSwimwear. Please can you use this link every time you visit the swim shop. All purchases will save you money – and raise funds directly for the club.
There are some suggested kit lists for our Development and Competitive Swimming sections. Please use this link for all your purchases including training aids, swimwear, wetsuits and much more!
Please click on the image above to access our online swim shop
Scarborough Swimming Club Social Media Policy
Updated August 2020
1.1 Scarborough Swimming Club (SSC) recognises that the use of networking sites is increasingly used being as a communication tool choice.
1.2 The policy will set standards of behaviour for the use of social media that are consistent with the clubs values and expectations of SSC members.
1.3 It is expected that members will use Social Media in a respectful and responsible manner. Social Media should not be used to insult, present offensive or inappropriate content or to misrepresent SSC or any member of it to the wider community.
2.1 Social Media refers to all networking sites such as (but not limited to) and includes email and mobile devices:-
– Personal blogs
– You Tube
– Whats App
3. Who this Policy applies too
3.1 This Policy applies to all members of Scarborough swimming club.
4. Standards of Behaviour
4.1 Members are expected to show respect to others, including members of SSC and the wider community
4.2 Members are expected to give respect to the reputation and good name of SSC
4.3 When using Social Media, members are expected to ensure that they:
a. Respect the rights and confidentiality of others;
b. Do not bully, intimidate, abuse, harass or threaten others;
c. Do not make defamatory comments
d. Do not impersonate or falsely represent another person;
e. Do not use offensive or threatening language;
f. Do not post content that is hateful, threatening, pornographic or incites violence against others
g. Do not post content that harms the reputation and good standing of SSC or those within it.
5. Breach of this Policy
5.1 Any individual found to be in breach of this policy shall be dealt with by the General Committee and may face disciplinary action in accordance with the Club’s Disciplinary, Grievance and Complaints Procedures which may result in termination of the individuals club membership and benefits.
Social Networking Services, Social Media & Sport: Guidelines for safeguarding children and young people
1. The Child Protection in Sport Unit Briefing Document “Social networking services, social media and sport: Guidelines for safeguarding children and young people” gives more in depth guidance on social networking sites. It can be accessed via the Child Protection in Sport Unit website (on the NSPCC websites).
2. A user guide for parents and swimmers for Twitter is available to view at www.swimming.org.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU HAVE CONCERNS
1. As a user of social networking sites, whether you are a child or an adult, you may at some time have a concern about what you are seeing or being told about by another user.
2. The nature of these concerns may vary but should these concerns be connected to SSC Then please contact the club immediately saying you have a concern, via email
On : who will contact the Welfare officer to follow up you concerns in confidence.
3. Alternatively, depending on the nature of your concerns, a list of agencies that you can contact, anonymously if you wish, where you or your child can raise such concerns can be found below:-
The Child Exploitation online Protection Unit (CEOP) at www.ceop.gov.uk.
If your child is under 18 they can use the “Your Chance to Talk” form on the “Child Power” section of the www.swimming.org.
The local Police or Children’s Services.
The NSPCC helpline 0800 800 5000 or for adults concerned about the welfare or safety of a child.
The Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) www.iwf.org.uk. The IWF was established by the internet industry to provide a UK internet hotline which can be anonymous for the public and IT professionals to report criminal online content in a secure and confidential way.
TRAINING AND NUTRITION
OFF THE BLOCKS - This is a very useful site from British Swimming that focuses on the technical aspects of competitive swimming such as starts, underwater work, turns and finishes. It has includes some great nutrition advice and some guidance for parents. Please click on the logo to to be directed to this site (You will need to register for an account before you can fully access the site)