PLEASE DO NOT ATTEND TRAINING IF YOU OR ANY MEMBERS OF YOUR HOUSEHOLD HAVE ANY COVID-19 SYMPTOMS
INDIVIDUAL SELF SCREENING
Before leaving the house to participate in Cheerleading, athletes should check that:
● They do not have symptoms of a high temperature (feeling hot, feeling cold, shivers, feeling under the weather) or a measured temperature of 37.8 or above.
● They do not have a new persistent cough.
● They do not have a loss of taste or smell.
● They have not been in contact with a person with suspected COVID-19 within the past 48 hours.
● They have not been advised to self-isolate due to a third party from another setting (i.e. school) being infected with COVID-19.
● No one within their household has COVID-19 symptoms as outlined above which would require the whole household to self isolate as guided by the UK Government.
• All participants (athletes, coaches, staff) in the training session have the responsibility to notify the Club COVID-19 Officer should they experience symptoms of COVID-19 within 48 hours of the training session
The Power Cheer & Dance COVID-19 Officer is Clare Haynes. Please contact her as soon as possible on firstname.lastname@example.org if you show symptoms or have been in contact with anyone who has COVID-19.
If any of your contact information should change, please update the club as soon as possible in case we need to contact you at any time
· PLEASE ARRIVE AT TRAINING ALREADY CHANGED AND READY TO PARTICIPATE
· ONLY BRING NECESSARY BELONGINGS
· PLEASE ARRIVE ON TIME AND WAIT OUTSIDE THE BUILDING ENTRANCE (DO NOT ENTER THE BUILDING) FOR A COACH TO COLLECT THE ATHLETES
· PARENTS/FAMILY MEMBERS ARE NOT ALLOWED INSIDE THE BUILDING AND MUST WAIT OUTSIDE AT DROP OFF/COLLECTION
· HANDS MUST BE SANITISED UPON ENTERING THE BUILDING
· WATER BOTTLES MUST BE CLEARLY LABELLED WITH ATHLETES NAMES
· NO UNNECESSARY PHYSICAL CONTACT BETWEEN ATHLETES
· NO SHARING OF ITEMS (CLOTHING ETC)
· HANDS MUST BE WASHED USING SOAP FOR A MINIMUM OF 20 SECONDS AFTER USING THE TOILET DURING TRAINING
· IT IS NOT COMPULSORY FOR ATHLETES TO WEAR MASKS UNLESS STUNTING BUT ANY ATHLETE WISHING TO WEAR A FACE MASK DURING TRAINING WILL BE ALLOWED TO DO SO
· IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT MASKS SHOULD NOT BE WORN BY ATHLETES UNDER 4
· MATS WILL BE CLEARLY MARKED FOR SOCIAL DISTANCING DURING TRAINING
· ATHLETES WILL EXIT VIA A SEPARATE DOOR AFTER CLASS FINISHES. PLEASE WAIT OUTSIDE THE BUILDING FOR YOUR CHILD TO LEAVE
· PLEASE ARRIVE TO COLLECT YOUR CHILD ON TIME AND WE KINDLY ASK THAT YOU DO NOT CONGREGATE AT THE VENUE AFTER TRAINING
PERSONAL AND HOUSEHOLD RISK INFORMATION
This information sheet helps identify those who are most at risk should they contract COVID-19. You should identify whether you or a member of your household is at higher risk. If you are, please discuss the risk of returning to Cheerleading with your GP and your coaches to make an informed decision as to whether returning to Cheerleading is appropriate and safe for you and your family.
STATEMENTS TO APPLY TO YOU OR YOUR HOUSEHOLD
● Had a solid organ transplant
● Undergoing treatment currently or in last 6 months for any cancer
● Currently taking or in the last 6 months have taken immunosuppressant medication Have a respiratory condition including all cystic fibrosis, severe asthma and severe chronic obstructive pulmonary (COPD).
● Have any rare diseases or inborn errors of metabolism that significantly increase the risk of infections (such as Severe Combined Immunodeficiency (SCID), homozygous sickle cell).
● Aged 70 or older
● Have one or more of the underlying health conditions listed below: − chronic (long-term) mild to moderate respiratory diseases, such as asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), emphysema or bronchitis - chronic heart disease, such as heart failure - chronic kidney disease - chronic liver disease, such as hepatitis - chronic neurological conditions, such as Parkinson’s disease, motor neurone disease, multiple sclerosis (MS), or cerebral palsy - diabetes - a weakened immune system as the result of conditions such as HIV and AIDS, or medicines such as steroid tablets - being seriously overweight (a body mass index (BMI) of 40 or above)
● Are you providing caring responsibilities for anyone meeting any of the above criteria?