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 2011 Onwards- Archive Information.

Click on the link to see Gala Feedback – Moors League Bedale 20th June 2015

Click on the link to see the Saltburn/Beadale Gala results from 20th 2015

Click on the link to see PB's frm the Beadale Gala June 20th 2015 

Click on the link to read the write up from the 2013 Moors Junior Gala

Click on the links to view the 2013 Moors League 2nd Round results and Write Up.

Click on the link to view the 2013 Northumberland and Durham (N&D) Swimming Championship write up

Click on the links to view 2013 N&D Sprint and Relay Times

Click on the link to view the 2013 Mad March Hare Gala write up.

Click on the links to view the results from each of the sessions at the Mad Mare Hare Gala. Session 1, Session 2, Session 3 and Session 4.

Click on the links to view the 2013 Moors League 4th round write up and results sheet.

Click on the links to view the 2013 Derwentside Gala result sheet and write up.

Click on the link to view 2013 Moors League 5th round result sheet

Click on the link to view the 2013 Moors League Summer Gala result sheet

Click on the link to view the 2013 Moors Ability Gala results sheet

Click on the link to view the 2013 Sheffield Teaspoon Gala results sheet

Click on the link to view the 2013 Moors League Xmas Gala results sheet

Click on the Link to view the 2012 Moors Junior Gala write up.

Click on the Link to view the Moors Ability Gala 05 May 2012 write up. 

Click on the Link to view the 2012 Derwentside Charity Gala write up.

Click on the Link to view the 2012 N&D Championship write up.

Click on the Link to view the 2nd Round of the Moors League 2012 Gala write up.

Click on the Link to view the 4th Round of the Moors League 2012 Gala write up.

Click on the Link to view the 5th Round of the Moors League 2012 Gala write up.

Click on the Link to view the Final of the Moors League 2012 Gala write up.

Click on the Link to view the 2011 Annual Club Gala Results.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Club Hand Book

Clink on the link to view the Club Hand Book updated 07/02/16

Useful Club Documentation

REF NO

CATERGORY

NAME

VERSION DATE

S&MASC   001

WELFARE

ANTI  BULLYING POLICY

23   APR 12

S&MASC   002

WELFARE

ANTI  DOPING POLICY

23   APR 12

S&MASC   003

WELFARE

CHILD  WELFARE & SAFEGUARDING POLICY

06 JAN 15

S&MASC   004

WELFARE

CHILD  PROTECTION POLICY

23   APR 12

S&MASC   005

WELFARE

CHANGING ROOM POLICY

23   APR 12

S&MASC   006

WELFARE

DATA PROTECTION POLICY

23   APR 12

S&MASC   007

WELFARE

CLUB  EQUITY POLICY

23   APR 12

S&MASC   008

WELFARE

TRANSPORT POLICY

23   APR 12

S&MASC   009

WELFARE

CODE OF CONDUCT SWIMMER

23   APR 12

S&MASC   010

WELFARE

CODE  OF CONDUCT FOR COMMETTEE, OFFCIALS & VOLUNTEERS

23   APR 12

S&MASC   011

WELFARE

CODE OF CONDUCT PARENTS

23   APR 12

S&MASC   012

WELFARE

CODE OF ETHIC’S

23   APR 12

S&MASC   013

WELFARE

EQUITY & INCLUSION POLICY

23   APR 12

S&MASC   014

MEMBERSHIP

LETTER TO NEW SWIMMER

06  JAN 15

S&MASC   015

WELFARE

MISSING CHILD POLICY

23   APR 12

S&MASC   016

WELFARE

USE OF PHOTOGRAPHIC & VIDEO EQUIPMENT

24   APR 12

S&MASC   016A

WELFARE

REQUEST FOR PERMISSION TO USE CAMERA OR VIDEO EQUIPMENT

24   APR 12

S&MASC   017

WELFARE

RECOGNITION & REWARDS OF VOLUNTEERS

24   APR 12

S&MASC   018

MANAGEMENT

JOB DISCRIPTIONS

24   APR 12

S&MASC 019

MEMBERSHIP

CLUB MEMBERSHIP REGISTRATION DOCUMENT 

10 MAY 12 

 S&MASC 020

TRAINING 

SAFE SUPERVISION OF TEACHING AND COACHING POLICY 

31 MAY 12 

 S&MASC 021

 TRAINING

 INFO FOR SWIMMERS NEW TO COMPETING IN GALAS

01 JUN 12 

 S&MASC 022

MANAGEMENT 

CLUB CONSTITUTION 

31 MAY 12 

S&MASC 023 

MANAGEMENT 

ASSESSMENT ASSESSMENT FORM 

 09 JUL 12

 S&MASC 024

MANAGEMENT 

 PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN

12 JUL 12 

 

 MANAGEMENT

S&MASC DEVELOPMENT PLAN 2012 - 15 

 22 MAY 12

Welcome to swim21 – the ASA’s quality mark for ClubWelcome to swim21 – the ASA’s quality mark for Clubs!

swim21 accreditation is the ASA’s recognised kitemark for the development of effective, ethical and sustainable affiliated clubs.

The opportunity to gain swim21 accreditation is available to all clubs, across any aquatic discipline (including Masters), regardless of size and activity delivered. swim21 is about creating the best possible swimming experience for all and raising the quality of aquatics provision across all areas.

swim21 club also offers national recognition that clubs are providing a quality service for all members, which is recognised by Sport England i.e. all clubs gaining ASA accreditation will automatically receive Clubmark status. Clubmark is widely recognised by potential funders, schools and other partners that can assist with club growth and development.

In May 2013, swim21 changed to a three module system for recognising quality in aquatic clubs:-

swim21 club Essential is a key module which will support clubs to grow membership, develop volunteers and ensure the sustainability of activity in line with the objective of the club.

swim21 club Network is the second of the three modules to be launched. The aim is to quality assure clubs who work collaboratively to deliver the athlete pathway in their area, and ensure that athletes meet their potential and are retained in the sport. It will assist in identifying gaps in provision and opportunities available for clubs to increase and sustain membership. Each club in the network will be valued for their role. It is agreed between accredited clubs to work towards the following objectives:

•To retain and increase ASA club members

•To retain and increase volunteers, teachers, coaches and officials

•To raise the standards of performance across appropriate aquatic disciplines

To access swim21 club Network, your club will need to:

•Identify other clubs to form a network with

•Ensure all clubs in the network are ASA affiliated

•Have access to the swim21 online portal

•Be swim21 club Essential accredited

swim21 Performance Environment provides a benchmark for clubs coaching high level athletes across all four disciplines (Swimming, Diving, Waterpolo and Synchro). It is awarded to those clubs who can demonstrate that the pathways, physical environment, coaching practices and support services are all in place for athletes to reach the pinnacle of their aquatic sport, and that the club has historical evidence, to illustrate athletes regularly achieve success through this performance programme.

swim21 Performance will be assessed in three sections:

1. Pre-requisite / Self Assessment Criteria

2. Physical Environment Criteria

3. Coaching Programme Criteria

Please note: there is an expectation for any club looking to achieve swim21 Performance Environment to be part of a swim21 Network.s!

swim21 accreditation is the ASA’s recognised kitemark for the development of effective, ethical and sustainable affiliated clubs. The opportunity to gain swim21 accreditation is available to all clubs, across any aquatic discipline (including Masters), regardless of size and activity delivered. swim21 is about creating the best possible swimming experience for all and raising the quality of aquatics provision across all areas.

swim21 club also offers national recognition that clubs are providing a quality service for all members, which is recognised by Sport England i.e. all clubs gaining ASA accreditation will automatically receive Clubmark status. Clubmark is widely recognised by potential funders, schools and other partners that can assist with club growth and development.

In May 2013, swim21 changed to a three module system for recognising quality in aquatic clubs:-

swim21 club Essential is a key module which will support clubs to grow membership, develop volunteers and ensure the sustainability of activity in line with the objective of the club. Saltburn & Marske asc was granted swim21 Essential status in September 2012 and was reaccredited in 2013 and 2014.

swim21 club Network is the second of the three modules to be launched. The aim is to quality assure clubs who work collaboratively to deliver the athlete pathway in their area, and ensure that athletes meet their potential and are retained in the sport. It will assist in identifying gaps in provision and opportunities available for clubs to increase and sustain membership. Each club in the network will be valued for their role. It is agreed between accredited clubs to work towards the following objectives:

  • To retain and increase ASA club members
  • To retain and increase volunteers, teachers, coaches and officials
  • To raise the standards of performance across appropriate aquatic disciplines

To access swim21 club Network, your club will need to:

  • Identify other clubs to form a network with
  • Ensure all clubs in the network are ASA affiliated
  • Have access to the swim21 online portal
  • Be swim21 club Essential accredited

swim21 Performance Environment provides a benchmark for clubs coaching high level athletes across all four disciplines (Swimming, Diving, Waterpolo and Synchro). It is awarded to those clubs who can demonstrate that the pathways, physical environment, coaching practices and support services are all in place for athletes to reach the pinnacle of their aquatic sport, and that the club has historical evidence, to illustrate athletes regularly achieve success through this performance programme.

swim21 Performance will be assessed in three sections:

1. Pre-requisite / Self Assessment Criteria
2. Physical Environment Criteria
3. Coaching Programme Criteria

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