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Clubmark   The   English   Cricket   Board   operates   a   cricket   club   accreditation   scheme   ‘Clubmark’   to   develop   a   vibrant   and   healthy   club   cricket infrastructure.      Ansty   CC   registered   under   the   Clubmark   scheme   back   in   2003   and   was   accredited   in   June   2004,   the   second   club   in Sussex to achieve Clubmark accreditation. ECB   Clubmark   accreditation   demonstrates   that Ansty   CC   is   prioritising   junior   development,   and   creating   a   benchmark   for   high   quality community   club   cricket.      Since   2004   Ansty   CC   has   successfully   completed   four   reaccreditation   exercises,   in   2007,   2010,   2013   and again in 2017. As   part   of   the   reaccreditation   process   we   are   required   to   present   evidence   and   demonstrate   implementation   across   four   different themes, culminating in the production of a Club Development Plan.  The four themes are: Duty of Care and Safeguarding Children The Cricket Programme Knowing your club and its Community – One Game Club Management Duty of Care and Safeguarding Children Ansty   CC   is   committed   to   ensuring   that   all   children   who   play   cricket   have   a   safe,   positive   and   fun   experience,   whatever   their   level of   involvement.      Safeguarding   in   cricket   is   based   upon   the   concept   of   providing   an   enjoyable   cricket   environment   that   is   tailored   to the needs and requirements of children. The   Club   has   a   duty   of   care   to   ensure   the   safety   and   welfare   of   any   child   involved   in   related   activities,   to   safeguard   them   and protect   them   from   reasonably   foreseeable   forms   of   harm.   Safeguarding   is   about   all   of   us   acknowledging   that   this   duty   of   care   exists, and it is about us putting practical measures in place, in our own locations, to minimise the likelihood of foreseeable harm arising. Some   of   the   Child   Safeguarding   requirements   are   driven   by   national   legislation.   The   Independent   Safeguarding   Authority   (ISA)   is   a new   organisation   which   will   work   with   the   Criminal   Records   Bureau   (CRB)   in   relation   to   vetting   every   person   who   works   with,   or wants to work with children or vulnerable adults. The Cricket Programme The Cricket Programme (the combination of coaching, training and competition) is designed to assist young players to realise their potential.  Delivering a competitive cricket programme is vital for young people as it is one significant reason why many join a club in the first place. In 2016 Ansty CC will deliver competitive cricket for the following age groups: Youth Cricket: Under 9, Under 10, Under 11, Under 12 Under 13, Under 14 and Under 15 Girls Cricket: Under 13 and Under 15 We   will   also   deliver   weekly   cricket   practice   sessions   across   all   of   these   age   groups   and   at   the   Under   6   to   Under   8   level.   Ansty   CC   is also   committed   to   offering   the   best   coaching   environment   and   helping   all   its   young   players   realise   their   potential.   Coaching   staff have   a   key   role   in   establishing   an   appropriate   coaching   environment   and   creating   a   successful   playing   programme. Ansty   CC   works   to ensure   that   all   coaches   are   trained   to   appropriate   levels   and   that   the   activity   undertaken   in   the   club   reflects   best   practice   in   the development of young people. The   Club   currently   has   33   qualified   cricket   coaches,   many   of   whom   are   actively   involved   in   the   delivery   of   its   2013   cricket programme: ECB Level 2 Coach Award (or equivalent) 13 ECB Level 1 Coaching Assistant (or equivalent) 20 Knowing Your Club and its Community - One Game One Game is the ECB project aimed at widening the appeal of cricket to ensure as many people as possible are welcomed into the game at all levels regardless of age, race, ability, gender, ethnic origin, nationality, colour, parental or marital status, religious belief, class or social background, sexual preference or political belief. Ansty CC has adopted ECB’s policies for: Equality of Opportunity (Equity Statement); and Conduct (Code of Conduct - Members and Guests and Code of Conduct – Young People) Club Management Ansty   CC   recognises   that   well   managed   are   more   likely   to   be   successful.      We   are   looking   at   ways   in   which   we   can   improve   the   ways in which we keep volunteers and members well-informed with better communication.   Ansty CC is also planning for the future by improving the quality of playing facilities for its members through: The   development   of   the   second   ground   at   Ansty   (offering   a   new   artificial   and   six   fine   turf   pitches)   has   allowed   the   Club   to deliver   the   majority   of   its   cricket   programme   from   its   main   site   in   Deaks   Lane, Ansty.      It   will   also   allow   the   Club   to   expand   its cricket programme through a new Men’s 4th XI and Ladies cricket. The   building   of   a   new   clubhouse   and   changing   facilities   at   Ansty   to   ECB/Sport   England   specifications,   working   in   partnership with   the Ansty   &   Staplefield   Parish   Council,   the Ansty   Village   Hall   Trust   and   the Ansty   Sports   and   Social   Club.      The   project   will seek planning permission for the proposed development in the spring of 2016.
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