We are now publishing version 18 of our Covid-19 Club Assistance Pack which you can download below:
This is packed full of tips regarding potential support from government sources.
Keep safe, keep strong and do what you can!
Updates to the Club Assistance Pack:
- RETURN TO COACHING GUIDANCE – INDOORS AND OUTDOORS
NATIONAL LOCKDOWN FROM THURSDAY 5TH NOVEMBER!
- NO INDOOR OR OUTDOOR TAEKWONDO CLASSES TO TAKE PLACE DURING THE NATIONAL LOCKDOWN, EXCEPT IF THEY ARE FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN ON BEHALF OF THE SCHOOL, DURING SCHOOL TIME
- OUTDOOR 1 TO 1 COACHING/PERSONAL TRAINING SESSIONS ARE PERMITTED TO TAKE PLACE IN A PUBLIC SPACE (NOT IN A PRIVATE GARDEN), WITH A RISK ASSESSMENT CARRIED OUT AND SOCIAL DISTANCING MAINTAINED THROUGHOUT
- ONLINE TAEKWONDO AND FITNESS SESSIONS CAN CONTINUE WITHIN THE BT GUIDELINES LISTED IN THIS CLUB ASSISTANCE PACK
SPORT ENGLAND ANNOUNCEMENT ON THURSDAY 5TH NOVEMBER
Every part of England is now under the same coronavirus restrictions which will apply until Wednesday 2 December.
The new restrictions have many implications for sport and physical activity, but the main things to know are:
People can go outdoors to be active as many times as they like, either on their own, with their household or support bubble, or on their own with one person from another household while keeping two metres apart.
Children who are under school age if they’re with a parent/carer, or people dependent on round-the-clock care, do not count towards the limit of two people from different households meeting outside.
Outdoor public places, such as parks, the countryside, beaches and public gardens can stay open, as can playgrounds.
All organised community outdoor sport is not permitted, meaning facilities including outdoor basketball and tennis courts, outdoor gyms and pools, golf courses, archery, driving and shooting ranges must also close.
Indoor sport and leisure facilities, such as leisure centres and gyms, swimming pools, tennis and basketball courts, fitness and dance studios, climbing walls, archery and shooting ranges, must close.
People cannot meet indoors with family or friends unless they’re part of their household or support bubble.
All children’s grassroots sport outside of school – both indoor and outdoor – must stop, but schools and nurseries will stay open and activity will be permitted within these settings during school hours, with playgrounds staying open.
External coaches and providers will still be able to visit schools to deliver sport sessions for children within school hours.
UK Government website
For general government guidance on COVID related restrictions.
You can find these via this: https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus
This is in England only!