This season, we have approximately 100 Junior Nippers enrolled in our Surf Education programs.
Nippers are on the beach most Sunday mornings from 9am during the season.
New to the Club?
If your child would like to be a part of our small but vibrant club, please contact our Junior Registrar, Katie on 0413 471 103.
To join the Urunga Junior SLSC or Nippers, your child must be between 5 and 13 years of age and have basic swimming skills if they are in the younger age groups and be confident swimmers in the upper age groups.
All children must be fully registered and have fees paid before participating in any club event. More info is available on our Registration page.
All new nippers will need to bring a Birth Certificate or current Passport to registration days, or email a copy to email@example.com
To join Urunga SLSC please go to sls.com.au/join/
If you are a returning member and have a Members Area Account you can renew your membership and pay online by logging into your Members Area.
If you have not created a Members Area Account please visit the above site to create one. You will then be able to renew your membership and pay online.
Age groups for the 2021/2022 season are:
Under 6 (Greencaps) – born between 1 October 2015 to 30 September 2016
Under 7 (Greencaps) – born between 1 October 2014 to 30 September 2015
Under 8 - born between 1 October 2013 to 30 September 2014
Under 9 - born between 1 October 2012 to 30 September 2013
Under 10 – born between 1 October 2011 to 30 September 2012
Under 11 – born between 1 October 2010 to 30 September 2011
Under 12 – born between 1 October 2009 to 30 September 2010
Under 13 – born between 1 October 2008 to 30 September 2009
Under 14 – born between 1 October 2007 to 30 September 2008
Safeguarding Children and Young People
Our Club is committed to the safeguarding of children and young people in Surf Life Saving. One way we do this is by ensuring that our members behave in a way which creates a safe, positive and inclusive environment. Surf Life Saving’s Codes of Conduct represent the minimum standards of member behaviour and must be complied with at all times. There are two Codes of Conduct, both of which can be found in the SLSA Member Protection Policy.
- The General Code of Conduct: includes expectations relating to respect; ethics; professionalism; complying with SLSA rules, policies and procedures; reporting breaches of the Safeguarding Program; and being a positive role model.
- The Code of Conduct for People in Positions of Authority when Dealing with Children or Young People: includes expectations relating to positive guidance; overnight stays; language; adhering to role boundaries; transporting children; use of electronic communication; use of changing rooms; use of photography; physical contact; gift giving; wearing of uniforms; and use of alcohol or drugs.
Members are encouraged to familiarise themselves with the Codes of Conduct, and to ensure that their behaviour, as well as the behaviour of others within the Club, is appropriate. They are encouraged to say something if they see something that doesn’t feel right, or is not in line with the Codes of Conduct.
Urunga Surf Life Saving Club is committed to providing a safe, supportive, enjoyable environment for children through the SLSA Safeguarding Children and Young People Program. The program recognises the importance of protecting young people under the age of 18 from abuse, harm and exploitation. It is everyone’s responsibility to treat all children and young members respectfully, and within the child protection laws of Australia (free from any form of abuse).
Resources, webinars and online training courses are available to every club member through their Members Area to establish clear guidelines for appropriate behaviour when engaging with children and young people. To learn more about how you can protect our children and young people please read the Safeguarding Children Handbook.
NSW WORKING WITH CHILDREN CHECK (WWCC)
Urunga Surf Life Saving Club has a strong interest in keeping children safe. As a club, we comply with the Child Protection legislation where all members in child-related roles are required to have a WWCC. For more information please read the Child Protection and the NSW Working With Children Check guidelines.