Junior Norwich Road Runners
The Norwich Road Runners have a junior branch of the club, providing coaching and training to children aged 7 to 16 in a safe and supervised environment. Currently we have more than 65 junior Norwich Road Runners who attend sessions at the club. We offer a fantastic environment in which children interested in running can train safely, to a programme of exercise designed for developing children, can socialise, encourage each other, and build a real community of sportsmanship (and fun!).
All sessions are lead by a qualified instructor who specialises in junior coaching and athletic development, with help from club members who have undertaken the Leadership in Running Fitness award - all of whom have been DBS checked.
Joining the Junior Norwich Road Runners
We always look forward to welcoming new junior road runners.
Junior membership to the club is £21 ( 1st October 2023 to 31st December 2023), and when joining for the first time, includes a Norwich Road Runners vest and affiliation to UK Athletics. Please click on the membership link below that will take you to membermojo that is a site that the club uses to register members
The Junior Norwich Road Runners meets on Thursday evenings (6.45 p.m to 7.45 p.m) and Saturday mornings (10.30 a.m to 11.30 a.m).The sessions are held at Sewell Park School Sports Centre opposite 102 Constitution Hill NORWICH NR3 4BB ( Please note Sewell Park School also has entrances on St Clements Hill but you cannot access from that entrance) The Saturday session includes different exercises as well as running while Thursday is mostly running.
All parents/carers are required to sign in and sign out their children at the beginning and end of each session.
We highly recommend that juniors come with water they may need for the session, and are dressed appropriately for the weather outside.
Everyone who takes part in athletics is entitled to participate in an enjoyable and safe environment.
Norwich Road Runners is committed to devising, implementing and updating policies and procedures to promote best practice when working with children, and to ensure that everyone in the club understands and accepts their responsibilities to safeguard children from harm and abuse. This means taking action to report any concerns about their welfare.
The club has developed and implemented a Safeguarding & Welfare Policy:
The club has put a structure in place, with key personnel, to ensure this policy is enacted.
The club's Welfare Officer is Beryl Knowles. She can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
Code of Behaviour
The junior runners have developed their own code of behaviour, which all junior runners and parents are required to sign when joining the club.
The junior section of the club is covered by the club's Constitution, Officer Roles, Code of Conduct, and Grievance and Disciplinary Procedures.
For more information regarding Safeguarding and Welfare, please visit: