Our ethos and values
At Henley Rowing Club we pride ourselves on the friendly and welcoming atmosphere that our members create. We believe that to achieve this the club must work together, be respectful of each individual regardless of age, culture, disability, gender, language, racial origin, religious belief and/or sexual identity. The Club will therefore expect its members, coaches, associated individuals, and athletes to behave in a way that portrays the ethos and values of Henley Rowing Club, as well as the positive attributes of British Rowing. Failure to do so will result in the implementation of the disciplinary procedure and persistent deviation will result in dismissal from the club (see complaints and disciplines policy and procedure).
Guidance and Policy Documents
HRC Charity Constitution– following adoption of Resolution to change to Charitable Incorporated Organisation effective 1 September 2018 (approved by members vote at Captain’s meeting and EGM 24 July 2018).
The club has prepared policies and guidance documents help us follow the highest standards of best practice. This includes a Code of Conduct based on the British Rowing model, which is applicable for all members, parents and coaches. See HRC Codes of Conduct. Please note, whilst the examples given in this document are extensive they are by no means exhaustive, persons must use their own judgement in whether unspecified actions are in keeping with the spirit of the sport, the Henley Rowing Club ethos and with the expectations set out by British Rowing.
On joining, members are required to sign a declaration to abide by the policies and guidance in place in particular:
The application for junior membership requires the following (as age applicable). A new form is required every year (ie. even if an existing member) as information might change. Forms required are (no. 3 or 4 as age applicable):
To be updated in due course: