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 briefing discusses the additional considerations that you should plan for when going on overnight trips or travelling internationally with children and young people in your sports organisation
Self-declaration can be part of an organisation's safer recruitment process, it can provide additional information that a DBS check will not.
This guidance defines abuse of positions of trust within a sports context, and outlines the updated legislation passed in response to the success NSPCC's Close the loophole campaign.
The briefing on learning from inquiries about safeguarding practice in sport focuses on how to strengthen safeguarding practices in sports organisations by learning from previous reviews.
This template letter will help sports organisations and activity providers when writing to individuals to notify them of a temporary suspension pending an investigation of allegations made against them.
This briefing highlights things that should be considered when taking children and young people away on trips – such as travel, ratios and insurance.
This briefing paper will help you understand your safeguarding roles and responsibilities when working or volunteering at a sporting event.
This briefing provides guidance on how to safeguard children and young people when they are using changing facilities, and includes recommended levels of adult supervision and examples of changing room policies.
This webinar looks at how loneliness can be both a sign and symptom of mental ill health in children and young people, and what sports clubs and organisations can do to tackle loneliness.