COVID – 19 Parent Guide

COVID - 19 Parent Guide
PARENTS/CARERS Where clubs and facilities can accommodate this safely, one parent/carer per youth player is permitted to be present at football activities although they must observe the relevant Government Covid-19 guidance.
CHANGING ROOMS Changing rooms cannot be used as part of step one of the Government’s roadmap out of lockdown and therefore must remain shut. Changing facilities can only be used in emergency situations, or by disabled people who are taking part in organised sport and physical activity. Toilets will be allowed to open, 30 minutes before and 30 minutes after training and/or matches.
Basingstoke School Of Development Centre Youth requires parental consent before your child takes part in any football activities. By ticking this box you are agreeing to give consent for your child to take part in all Basingstoke School Of Development Centre Youth training sessions and matches, you are confirming that you have read and understood the activities being offered to your child and agree with the measures the club has put in place to manage any risks, including its Covid-19 measures in line with current Government guidance. A copy of the club’s risk assessment can be found via the following link: xxxxxxxx If your child has any specific medical conditions, please ensure that you discuss these with Matt Beckingham in advance and agree the best way to support your child’s needs e.g. you staying to watch nearby and taking responsibility to administer the medication. If your child has Covid-19 symptoms they must stay at home and follow Government advice. If you wish to withdraw consent to your child participating in any or all activities, please notify Matt Beckingham in advance, or as soon as possible.
Preparing For Training • Complete the training consent form and advise how your child will be getting home at the end of training. • Read through the parent and player guides as well as the player code of behaviour. Before Training • Go to the toilet before leaving for training. • Your child will need to wear clean kit. • Your child will need their own small hand sanitiser with their name clearly marked on it. • Your child will need their own water bottle with their name clearly marked on it. • You and your child to continue to wash your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds before leaving for training. • Only travel in a vehicle with members of your household. Try to avoid public transport (if possible). During Training • If staying to watch please observe the session from an appropriate distance adhering to all social distancing guidance and guidelines. • If your child requires basic first aid treatment the coach will attempt to guide your child through their treatment. If you are in attendance you will be asked to assist. • If your child has a serious injury the coach will use PPE and act immediately and your parent/carer will be informed and 999 will called if required. After Training • Your child will return to their own designated safe area to collect all their belongings. • Your child will apply hand sanitiser. • Your leave via the one way system. • Try and stay 2 metres away from others as much as you can.