RCA are committed to ensuring that all participants enjoy archery in a safe environment in which they are protected from any form of poor practice or abuse.

We fully adopt the Archery GB policies and procedures to fulfil our duty of care for all archers and to ensure children, young people and adults at risk are protected from physical, sexual, or emotional harm, and from neglect or bullying.


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We ensure all club officials and volunteers who participate in club activities understand Safeguarding and know how to raise concerns if poor practice is suspected or reported.

Our coaches are Archery GB qualified and DBS checked, which are renewed every three years.

The club actively encourages all members to respect and display appropriate behaviours, and where these are not followed, appropriate action will be taken in accordance with the club's Disciplinary & Grievance Procedures.

For advice and guidance or to report any safeguarding concerns please follow the RCA Incident Response Flowchart and contact either the Safeguarding Officer or the Deputy Safeguarding Officer on the emails below:

  • Incident Response Flowchart
  • Safeguarding Officers Poster
  • Beginner Course Safeguarding
  • Coaches Commitments
  • Coaching Notes for Volunteers
  • Photography & Filming Policy
  • Junior Consent Forms

We expect all participants to conform to the Archery GB Code of Conduct.

Click here Archery GB Safeguarding to access the AGB Code of Conduct, safeguarding policies, procedures and forms.

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