Child Safeguarding Information 2023
Children's Officer - April Murrin
Designated Liaison Person - Katrina McGinley
Deputy Designated Liaison Person - Joanne Reynolds
Child Safeguarding Statement 2023
This statement recognises that in accordance with legislation and the requirements of our Codes & Rules that the welfare and interests of children are paramount in all circumstances. It aims to ensure that all children and young people have a positive, developmental and enjoyable experience in Gaelic Games and when participating in our activities that they do so, as far as is practicable, in a safe and enjoyable environment.
The Association and its sister organisations recently launched the updated online version of Code of Behaviour (Underage). This Code has been agreed between the GAA, the Ladies Gaelic Football Association, the Camogie Association, GAA Handball and GAA Rounders.
The Code replaces all previous Codes and is a mandatory Code of Behaviour for all Gaelic Games Associations in our work with underage players. It is a comprehensive good practice guidance publication and we are anxious that as many players, coaches, parents and other Club personnel have immediate access to its contents.
All 12 sections of the Code of Behaviour (Underage) are available here.
CLG Naomh Ultan are also adopted the Anti-Bullying Policy for 2023, the statement is as follows: