The club's constitution and rules document can be accessed here [Club Constitution And Rules]
The Club recognizes the importance of affording equity, equal opportunity and fair treatment to all present and potential members. The Club aims to ensure that all people irrespective of their age, gender, ability, disability, race, religion, ethnic, origin, creed, colour, nationality, social status or sexual orientation have a genuine and equal opportunity to participate in Gaelic Games at all levels and in all roles. That is, as a beginner, participant or performer, and as a coach, Official, referee, manager, administrator or spectator.
To access our full policy statement click here: [Equality Policy]
The Club’s ethos is Volunteer orientated and we couldn’t undertake our activities without a large number of committed volunteers. Our volunteer policy has been created to show our volunteers and potential volunteers that we have spent time and care in planning how volunteers will be welcomed at St Paul’s. It also outlines that all volunteers will be treated in a fair and consistent way. It should also help our volunteers understand what support is available to them and what they can expect from us.
To access our full policy statement click here: [ Volunteer Policy]
St Paul’s GAC acknowledges its responsibility to safeguard the welfare of all vulnerable adults involved in club from harm. St Paul’s GAC confirms that it adheres to the GAA Safeguarding Policy and the procedures, practices and guidelines and endorses and adopts the Policy Statement contained in that document.
To access our full policy statement click here: [Vulnerable Adults Policy]
The Club aim to promote the participation of children in our club by creating a culture of safety and fun. We recognise that all children have the right to be safe and that this fundamental principle takes precedence over all other considerations.
To access our full policy statement click here: [Child Protection Policy]