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League Table

Rank Teams Array Array Array
1 Cove Rangers 29 82 WWWWW
2 Fraserburgh 33 76 WWLWW
3 Brora Rangers 31 76 DWWWD
4 Formartine Utd 31 65 LWDWL
5 Forres Mechanics 31 62 WWWLW
6 Inverurie Locos 32 61 DLDWW
7 Buckie Thistle 33 49 DDLDW
8 Wick Academy 32 46 LDDLW
9 Huntly 31 45 DWWDW
10 Deveronvale 31 40 LLWWL
11 Rothes 30 39 DWWLW
12 Keith 31 34 WLWDL
13 Nairn County 30 33 LDWWW
14 Strathspey Thistle 32 33 LLLWL
15 Turriff United 32 29 WLLLD
16 Clachnacuddin 30 23 WLLLL
17 Lossiemouth 33 8 DLLLL
18 Fort William 30 -7 LLLLL

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Forres Mechanics Football Club
Anti-bullying Policy Statement

Statement by the Chairperson

"At Forres Mechanics FC, nothing is more important than the health and wellbeing of the young people who are involved in our community. Their safety, needs and rights are our first priority. In order to ensure their safety, meet their needs and respect their rights, we have adopted the Children’s Rights Statement and Child Protection Policy which follow. These provide a robust framework to ensure that all involved at our Club are safe, healthy, achieving, nurtured, active, respected, responsible and included. Words, though, are the easy part. Every office-holder at our Club will commit and take responsibility to ensure, through word, thought and deed, that these documents are meaningful and that our practice is the best possible. This commitment begins with me, not only as Chairperson but also as Child Protection and Wellbeing Officer. If you have any query about our policies, or see or hear anything which you feel is wrong in relation to child health and wellbeing at the Club, please contact me immediately on 07817048724."

Dr James Anderson – June 2019

Forres Mechanics Football Club is fully committed to safeguarding the wellbeing of all children in its care. We understand that children’s wellbeing can be seriously impacted by bullying behaviour.  Forres Mechanics FC therefore recognises the information provided for children by respectme, Scotland’s Anti-Bullying Service: ‘Bullying is never acceptable; it doesn’t make a child better or stronger to get through it and it should never be seen as a normal part of growing up.  Bullying is a behaviour that can make a child feel frightened, threatened, left out and hurt.  Something only has to happen once to make a child feel worried or scared to go to school or other places they enjoy going’.

For the purposes of this policy a child is recognised as someone under the age of 18 years.  This policy applies to all children regardless of age, gender, sexual orientation, disability, race, religion, socio-economic status or family circumstance.

Forres Mechanics FC will:

  • Respect the rights of children as paramount.
  • Work together to develop positive relationships amongst children and adults which are mutually respectful, responsible and trusting; and promote their emotional health and wellbeing.
  • Seek to prevent, reduce and respond effectively to bullying behaviour, through the implementation of this policy and guidelines.
  • Require members of staff, volunteers and members of the club to adopt and abide by this policy.
  • Train, support and supervise its members of staff, volunteers and members of the club to adopt best practice to prevent, reduce and respond to bullying.
  • Address the needs of children who are bullied as well as those who bully within a framework of respect, responsibility, resolution and support.
  • Respond to any concerns raised either in the experiences of children of poor practice/misconduct or abuse caused by an adult’s bullying behaviour.
  • Highlight bullying based on prejudice and perceived differences, to ensure our practices are effective in dealing with these issues.
  • Regularly monitor and evaluate the implementation of this policy and guidelines and include children’s views in this process.

Review

This Policy and guidelines will be regularly reviewed and will include children’s participation and feedback on the content and actual experience of implementation as part of the review:

  • In accordance with changes in guidance on anti-bullying or following any changes within the club.
  • Following any issue or concern raised about bullying within the club.
  • In all other circumstances, at least every three years.  

 

You can view the full Child Protection and Anti Bullying Policy here

Chairman, FMFC

Reviewed:  June 2017

Review Date: June 2020

Trophy Room

Club Silverware

Forres Mechanics have a long and proud history stretching back to 1884. During this time the club have won a number of trophies, the majority being cup success. Recent success has seen silverware at Mosset Park three seasons in a row culminating in being the 2011-12 Highland League Champions.

  • Highland League
    Highland League Champions 1985-86 and 2011-12
  • Highland League Cup
    1946-47,1954-55,1984-85,1998-99,2000-01 2001-02, 2009-2010
  • North of Scotland Cup
    1907-08,1926-27,1935-36,1957-58,1966-67,1986-87, 2004-05, 2010-11

League Champions 2011-12

Highland League Champions 1985/86 - 2011/12