The aim of this policy is to ensure that everyone is treated fairly and with respect and that Barton Rovers Football Club is equally accessible to them all.Barton Rovers Football Club is responsible for setting standards and values to apply throughout the club at every level. Football belongs to, and should be enjoyed by anyone who wants to participate in it.Barton Rovers Football Club’s commitment is to confront and eliminate discrimination whether by reason of gender, sexual orientation, marital status, race, nationality, ethnic origin, colour, religion or belief, ability or disability and to encourage equal opportunities.Barton Rovers Football Club, in all its activities, will not discriminate, or in any way treat anyone less favourably, on grounds of gender, sexual orientation, marital status, race, nationality, ethnic origin, colour, religion or belief, ability or disability. It means that Barton Rovers Football Club will ensure that it treats people fairly and with respect and that it will provide access and opportunities for all its members of the community to take part in, and enjoy, its activities.Barton Rovers Football Club will not tolerate harassment, bullying, abuse or victimization of an individual, which for the purposes of this policy and the actions and sanction applicable is regarded as discrimination. This includes sexual or racially based harassment or other discriminatory behaviour, whether physicall or verbal.Barton Rovers Football Club will work to ensure that such behaviour is met with appropriate action in whatever context it occurs.We are committed to the development of a programme of ongoing training and awareness raising events and activities in order to promote the eradication of discrimination within the club and within football.Barton Rovers Football Club is committed to a policy of equal treatment of all members and requires all members to abide and adhere to these policies and the requirements of the relevant equalities legislation – Race Relations Act 1976, Sex Discrimination Act 1975 and Disability Discrimination Act 1995 as well as any amendments to these acts.Barton Rovers Football Club commits itself to the immediate investigation of any claims, when it is brought to the attention, of discrimination on the above grounds and where such is found to be the case, a requirement that te practice stop and sanctions imposed as appropriate.
Aged up to School Year 4? – Join our Development Centre
We run coaching sessions for children aged 6 to 9 years old every Saturday morning starting at 9.30 a.m. until 11.00 a.m. at Little Heath Road, Tilehurst.
Parents get FREE Tea or Coffee and currently the coaching is £3 per hour and a half session read more