Wellbeing & Protection

The Club has an appointed Wellbeing & Protection Officer to ensure that the Club is complying with the Scottish Swimming Wellbeing & Protection Policy and current legislation, and that athletes and volunteers are training / competing / working within a safe environment.

Email - [email protected]


Short-term absences no longer require to be notified as they will be picked up automatically through session registers.

Notifications of long-term absences should be made to [email protected]

Medical details do not need to be shared, and information should be limited to the timescale for the swimmer's absence.

If a swimmer has sustained an injury which may affect their ability to train, this should be notified to [email protected] and will be passed on to the relevant coaching team.

Can we please advise that if you are feeling unwell or are recovering from injury, please do not come to training or compete until you are fully recovered.

Medical Information

Parents/guardians must ensure that their child’s medical information and emergency contact details are up to date on Team Unify.

If there are any sudden changes in the swimmers health and wellbeing this should be amended as a matter of urgency on Team Unify and communicated to [email protected] so we can work with you to assess the impact it will have.  

As a Club, we appreciate that our swimmers can experience challenges, difficulties, injuries and illnesses during their time with the Club, which can impact on their swimming on a short or long term basis. If at any point, you feel that coaches would benefit from additional information to support and enhance the swimmers experiences during training and/or gala’s, we would welcome these details. A ‘Medical Protocol’ form can now be found under the Policies webpage, to communicate additional information. We ask that this is forwarded firstly to [email protected] who will then disseminate it to the relevant coaches.