These parental behaviour scenarios can be used or adapted by clubs or sports organisations to help coaches and staff understand how they can tackle challenging parental involvement.
This simple-to-use checklist has been developed to support organisations using external providers to offer sport and physical activity delivery for children and young people.
The Scottish Standards for Child Wellbeing and Protection in Sport supports organisations to create a culture of safeguarding and protecting children.
A video clip featuring two professionals commenting on a scenario featuring Anna, a young disabled child, involved in a sports activity. They reflect on the difficulties the coach experienced in including Anna in the activities and offer suggestions about a more positive approach to meeting Anna's needs in this context.
Olympic, Paralympic and Commonwealth Games athletes offer advice to sports organisations, clubs and young people involved in sport.
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.
John Amaechi speaks at the International Sports Security Conference, highlighting that children should be protected from bullying coaches and educated on what sport should be about.
These clips feature young people talking about the support they've received from their parents and how this has influenced their development in sport.
This short film introduces the work of the CPSU team and how we can support sports organisations to safeguard children and young people attending and participating in sport.
We interview Keegan Hirst about his experiences of being involved in sport and the reactions of others when he came out as gay. Keegan provides advice and guidance for other young people in sport.