Safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults.

At Genesis Martial Arts we know that safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility.  We have our student’s best interest and safety at heart, which is why we require all our instructors are educated in safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults.

Below are links to our child protection policy and photography policy.  Please take time to review them so that you understand them.

Our lead safeguarding officers are Joel Hoyte and Tania Preece.  If you have any concerns about the safety and well-being of any Genesis students, please contact them.  All enquiries are confidential and our primary focus will be the protection of the child of vulnerable adults identified to us.

Joel Hoyte

Joel has been a Genesis Martial Arts Instructor for over 20 years and runs classes at Wycombe Leisure Centre and Disraeli School.  He is well versed in all Safeguarding matters, Health and Safety and First Aid.

Tania Preece

Tania has been training with Genesis for over 15 years and  is the highest ranked Genesis Martial Arts women.  She is also an Instructor at Wycombe Leisure Centre and is up to date with policy and procedures for handling safeguarding and child protection concerns.

If neither of our Safeguarding Officers available and the matter is urgent, please contact the NSPCC for advice on 0808 800 5000.

Due to an increase in demand across the NSPCC service, their voice Helpline is currently operating between the hours of Monday to Friday, 10am – 4pm. However, you can contact us 24 hours a day by email at help@nspcc.org.uk. It’s free and you don’t have to say who you are.

If you think a child is at immediate risk of harm, please call the police on 999.

All concerns are important, whether you are unsure or not.  If you have concerns but do not feel that somebody’s safety is at risk, or it doesn’t require immediate attention, please use the button below to report your concerns

Genesis Child protection policy

Genesis Photography policy

Help for children and young people
Call Childline on 0800 1111