At Tiger Crane Kung Fu we are committed to providing a safe and healthy environment in all club related activities for our coaches and students. We believe that all people should be treated equally, and should be given equal opportunities, free from bullying, abuse, or any other form of unacceptable behaviour.
We are very excited to have successfully achieved the “Sport England Safeguarding Code in Martial Arts” mark, and proudly display this below. This is an independently awarded mark, as recommended by our governing body, WAKO GB – you can find more information at this link.
Our Policies are available for you to download here
Codes of Conduct
Any true martial artist should behave honourably and with integrity, and we expect all of our Instructors and students to uphold these values. From a Safeguarding perspective, we are committed to the following Codes of Conduct, and ask all Instructors (coaches), parents, children and young persons involved in our activities to follow them.
What to do if you have a complaint
We do recognise that, from time to time, we can get things wrong, and we want to know when this happens so that we can continue to provide the best possible service to you. When things go wrong, we would like to sort things out with you quickly and informally, but for when this fails, we have a complaints procedure. In the first instance, get in touch with your Instructor, or the Head Instructor. As a professional organisation we will take all complaints very seriously. Our complaints procedure is below.
If you have any Safeguarding concerns, please contact your Tiger Crane Kung Fu Instructor, or our safeguarding officer, below.
Dave Courtney Jones (Designated Safeguarding Lead) – 07958 980 280 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Maki Naksone (Designated safeguarding Deputy) – 07841 030 900 – email@example.com
Alternatively, if you wish to contact someone from our governing body, the WAKO GB Lead Safeguarding Officer’s details can be found at this link.
Childline & Other Useful Contacts
You can contact Childline at this link.
The Anne Craft Trust has a page of useful safeguarding contact information at this link.