"I aim to play along side my son (aged 4) for the team I've had many happy memories with, I am here for the long term, the pride I get from coaching the children and recently witnessing my daughter score the winning runs for our Senior team, playing in the same team as her. We have the passion to develop children through the teams; my daughter has represented the club at Kwik Cricket, under 11s, under 13s and Seniors, a club member for six years; I hope that other parents get to experience the same pride as I have."
Daniel Hills, Juniors Coach and Senior Team Player.

 

Diversity and Inclusion

Sutton Courtenay Cricket Club (SCCC), in all its activities, is fully committed to the principles of equality of opportunity in cricket, and to ensuring that its employees, members and all other individuals working or volunteering for SCCC, and participating in or watching SCCC’s activities are treated fairly and are able to conduct their activities free from discrimination, harassment or intimidation.

• SCCC, in all its activities will not discriminate, or in any way treat           anyone less favourably against on the grounds of age, gender, disability,     race, parental or marital status, pregnancy, religion or belief or sexual       orientation.
• SCCC will not tolerate harassment, bullying, abuse or victimisation of       individuals.
• SCCC will endeavour to create access and opportunities for all those         individuals who wish to participate, and are lawfully eligible to                  participate, in its activities.
• SCCC will ensure that it complies with the requirements of the Equality   Act 2010 and shall take all reasonable steps to ensure that its employees,   members and volunteers adhere to these requirements and this policy.
• This policy is fully supported by SCCC’s officers and General Committee   who are responsible for the implementation of this policy.

Sutton Courtenay Cricket Club is committed to the investigation of any claims when brought to its attention, of discrimination, harassment, bullying, abuse or victimisation of an individual, and reserves the right to impose such sanction as it considers appropriate and proportionate, where such is found to be the case.

In the event that any member, volunteer, participant or spectator feels that he has suffered discrimination, harassment, bullying, abuse or victimisation, they should report the matter in writing to the General Committee of SCCC.

Any such report should include: details of what occurred; when and where the occurrence took place; any witness details and copies of any witness statements.

If the accused individual is a member, the [management committee] will regard the issue as a disciplinary issue and will follow SCCC’s employment disciplinary procedure.

This policy will be reviewed periodically by Sutton Courtenay Cricket Club when changes have been applied by England and Wales Cricket Board Limited.

 

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