First Aid and Sun Safety Policies

Sheen Parks Tennis First Aid Policy and Information


  • Sheen Parks Tennis provides emergency first aid and the following coaches hold an up to date appointed person’s first aid certificate:

Qualified Coaches:

Caroline Jordan

Kate Maurici

Jean-Pierre Guillonnett

Alex Moorse

Luke Uphill

Aidan Riley

Sam Richardson

  • First Aid Equipment is stored in the following locations:

Sheen Common:

The tennis room within the Sports Pavilion adjacent to the courts.

  • The address of the site is: Sheen Common, off Fife Road SW14 7ER.

Cambridge Gardens:

The tennis room within the Kiosk adjacent to the courts.

  • The address of the site is: Cambridge Gardens, Clevedon Road, Twickenham, TW1 2TA

Sun Safety Policy

Sun Safety Code

Sheen Parks Tennis recognises the importance of protection against the potential harmful effects of the sun. While this is relevant to all players, it is particularly important for our junior members.

We recommend following simple guidance is extracted from the Outdoor Kids Sun Safety Code:

  • Clothing is the best form of defence - children should wear long sleeved shirts, caps and sunglasses
  • We recommend the use of SPF30+ sunscreen - don't forget the hard to reach places
  • All children should bring water bottles and should be encouraged to drink regularly
  • Avoid playing in extremes of heat, for example temperatures over 30C
  • Look out for signs of heat exhaustion - fatigue, dizziness, headache, nausea or hot, red and dry skin
  • Coaches should lead by example

The following is guidance to coaches on ways to help get the message across:

  1. Read the Outdoor Kids Sun Safety Code yourself, and lead by example
  2. Pay special attention to children with disabilities and learning difficulties
  3. Talk about sun protection in a positive, engaging and fun way
  4. Have a Q&A session, asking kids what they know about the sun
  5. Clothing and eye protection should be the first line of defence
  6. Remember the "hard-to-get-to" places - backs of knees; ears; eye area; neck and nose; scalp

Remind kids that they can burn even on cloudy days in summer.