Welfare

Caterham Pumas takes all Child Welfare issues seriously. All our coaches must complete and maintain FA Safeguarding Children and Emergency First Aid certifications.

The Club Welfare team:

Feel free to contact the Chairman, Vice chairman or Club Secretary if needed. Full details can be found on the Committee Page.

 

If you feel it's more of a Police matter then call 101 or in an emergency call 999.

If you have any concerns please visit the sites below. You can submit a report via the CEOP button...

logo_clickceop.jfif
logo_thinkuknow.jpg
logo_ChildLine.png
logo_nspcc.png

Are you feeling OK?

Any worries or problems, whether it is on or off the pitch, please talk to someone...

  • It's OK to tell us

  • We will listen to everyone

  • We will support you

  • We will stop your worries

  • Any problem, tell us

Logo_cpsu.png

Who can you speak to?

Caterham Pumas are proud to be a Kick It Out Equality Chartered Club.

logo_Kick It Out Equality Charter.jpg

Caterham Pumas collaborate with other bodies to help provide knowledge, support and well-being to our coaches, referees and players.

Kooth_ad.jpg

Kooth

Kooth is an online mental health and well-being community. It provides free, safe and anonymous support. We encourage our players to sign up to Kooth - whether they're feeling sad, anxious, or finding life hard, they should know that they are not alone.​

Click here to download the Kooth Mini Activities Brochure

Kooth_sign-up.jpg

Orange Ball

We work with Orange Ball to ensure we receive good advice when working with children who may require additional support. They have shared some factsheets which we encourage our coaching staff and referees to read to better understand how those with Special Educational Needs, Aspergers, Autism and ADHD for example require different coaching techniques or take instructions differently. We've also included some factsheets about supporting those with physical impairments too.