If you are at all concerned in regards to a child’s safety, no matter how insignificant you may think it is, please let us know by completing one of the forms below.

Child Safety

St. Peter’s Netball Club is

committed to your child’s safety


We have ZERO tolerance for child abuse of any form


We have systems in place to protect children


We support and respect children with a disability


We support and respect children with a diverse background


We believe children deserve to feel comfortable, be happy, and kept safe

Child Safety Policies & Codes of Conduct

Child Safety Code of Conduct

Child Safety in Netball Policy

Netball Vic Child Protection Commitment Statement

St. Peters Child Safe Commitment Statement

Child Safeguarding Resources Hub

The 11 Child Safety Standards

Child protection And safeguarding course

Child Safety Standards

St. Peters Netball Club is a Child Safe Organisation. We commit to providing a safe environment for children in netball and we follow the principles and benchmarks Netball Victoria has in place. 

Recent review of the standards, effective 1st of July 2022, have focused on creating consistency with the National Guiding Principles, safety for First Nations children and young people, involvement of families and community in organisational decisions, management of the risks of child abuse online and offering greater clarity on the governance, systems and processes to keep children and young people safe.

St Peter’s Netball Club adopts and supports the following Netball Victoria Commitment to child Safety

Every person in the netball community has a responsibility to understand their role in ensuring the safety and wellbeing of all children and young people in our care.

Netball Victoria is committed to promoting and protecting the rights of children and preventing abuse from occurring by fostering a culture where children feel safe and empowered.

We also seek to ensure the cultural safety of First Nations children, children from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds and children with a disability.

Reporting Child Safety Concerns

St. Peter’s Netball Club is grateful to have engaged Stephanie Loiacono as our Child Safety Officer. Stephanie has a background in teaching and through her years working with children has developed a strong understanding of the child safety policies. Email her using one of the forms below.

Use the Informal Report if you think something is not quite right – if things don’t seem quite as they should.

Use the Formal Report if you know something is wrong and you need someone to help you.