Juniors Beginners Application

Application to join a beginners’ course in Archery organized by Brixham Archers.

Juniors (U18) Beginners Application
If your child is aged 14 or over, and you intend to leave him/her, please make sure that you know what time the child should be collected, and please give a telephone number for contact in the event of a session finishing before the due time, or in the event of an emergency.
Please list any Disabilities, Learning or Medical conditions, which you believe may affect your ability to take part in archery. (This information will be treated in absolute confidence and will only be used by your coaches to determine the most appropriate equipment and teaching styles to suit your personal needs.)
Personal data such as Name, address, contact details and date of birth as entered above may be retained by the club securely on computer systems for internal membership and records purposes only. I consent to these details being used in this way. ( please tick)

Parental Consent
I, named above hereby consent to the above-named person joining a beginners course in Archery with Brixham Archers. I have also read and agree with the conditions below. I hereby confirm that I am the applicant’s Parent/Guardian.

Where possible, coaching is given by qualified Archery GB coaches. However, from time to time, Junior Assistant Coaches, Trainee Level 1 Coaches and un-qualified archers may be involved in coaching and teaching. Archery GB accepts no responsibility in this regard, save its statutory liability in respect of personal injury or death caused by the negligence of Archery GB. If you have any objections or concerns about this, please inform the club officer in charge prior to the relevant coaching or instruction session.

Please note the following conditions which apply to participants under the age of 18 (juniors)

  • For juniors under the age of 14, the Parent (or legal Guardian) must remain with their child during all archery sessions.
  • For juniors age 14 and above, the Parent (or legal Guardian) must remain with their child until the session commences and collect their child at the time requested.
  • It is the Parent’s (or legal Guardian’s) responsibility to inform the Club of any medical conditions which might affect their child during archery sessions.
  • Minor physical contact may be necessary as part of coaching and the Parent (or legal Guardian) agrees to this.
  • If a child persists in misbehaving, or acts in an unsafe manner, they may be asked to leave the
  • course.

Child Protection Policy

“Brixham Archery Club believes that when dealing with children and vulnerable adults, their welfare should always be of paramount importance. We are committed to providing an environment where young people can learn and participate in a sport free from harassment and abuse. All those people working with children have a moral responsibility to safeguard and promote a child’s welfare. This club has therefore adopted the Archery GB Protection of Children and Vulnerable Adults Policy to ensure peace of mind for both adults and children”.