The midterm report of the Sports Safeguarding Children Initiative (SSCI) identifies the achievements that the sports sector has made since the initial 2010 Call to Action. The report also highlights new challenges and future priorities for action.
In order to address a gap in the research into promoting positive parental behaviours in youth sport, Brunel University has interviewed a group of young athletes about their perceptions of the subject.
This report, developed by Children 1st's Safeguarding in Sport Service, presents the findings from a survey of children and young people's experiences of spectator behaviour and the impact of poor behaviour on them.
This simple-to-use checklist has been developed to support partners involved in providing sport activities for children and young people. It's intended to help ensure that young participants will be safe and looked after during these activities.
This simple-to-use checklist has been developed to support partners involved in providing sport activities for children in primary schools. It's intended to help ensure that young participants will be safe and looked after while involved in these activities.
We arranged for a group of disabled young people to meet with GB Wheelchair Basketball player Ade Adepitan. Their discussions of the challenges they've faced should give sports organisations ideas for how to break down barriers and make it easier for young disabled people to get involved in sport.
Merseyside Sports Partnership (MSP) have made the Check and Challenge Tool - developed by the CPSU - an integral element of the commissioning process for the Sportivate programme.
A good-practice example in which a CSP looks at the quality assurance of Sportivate project delivery, as well as supporting the dedicated coaches / facilitators involved in the programme.
The Framework for maintaining and embedding safeguarding for children in and through sport helps sports organisations to maintain safeguarding standards and embed safeguarding practices.
An overarching approach to safeguarding children in and through sport in Wales. The framework consists of five standards that a sports organisation should demonstrate it undertakes at all levels of its sport.