This online tool will help you to ensure that you meet the safeguarding responsibilities for your sports event, from playing in a local park up to representing their country.
This briefing has been developed to help anyone planning to work with children and young people in drop-in activities.
This video for parents looks at how they can prepare and support talented young athletes to achieve to the best of their ability.
This guidance details the purpose, knowledge and skills required for an Investigator role. An investigation is required as part of a sport's organisations safeguarding and child protection case management process.
This guidance explores anxiety within a sports context, outlining possible signs and symptoms and what you should do if you suspect that a young person is struggling with an anxiety disorder.
This document contains guidance on how safeguarding concerns can be scaled using thresholds, enabling for the concern to be properly dealt with.
As part of the NSPCC How Safe 2022 conference, CPSU consultant Jude Toasland led a session looking at how parental involvement in sport has changed over the years.
These reporting-procedure flowcharts offer guidance to organisations hosting sporting events at 5 different levels, from local to international.
This briefing provides an overview of harmful sexual behaviour in children and young people and recommends ways in which to address worrying behaviour.
This flowchart has been developed to support safe event planning for inter-school competition (level 2). The information is intended to complement the detailed guidance, Safe sport events, activities and competitions (SSE).