These activities are designed to help young people in your sports club understand the negative implications of bullying.
This display poster provides a good example of how to highlight the key points of a social media policy to participants and spectators.
A CPSU webinar looking at the resources available from the NSPCC schools service, particularly the 'Speak out Stay safe' programme.
This video scenario and supporting guidance provides sports with guidance on how to effectively include deaf and disabled young people in activities.
A CPSU webinar looking at the vital role parents play in supporting their child to participate in sporting activities.
Sport Safeguarding Partnership's Strategic plan, looks at how the group aims to safeguard children in sport over the next five years.
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 factsheet helps sports to consider the safeguarding measures required for young people with additional vulnerabilities and support needs.
This factsheet supports staff, coaches and volunteers within sport to consider how to include deaf and disabled children within their activities.
This factsheet outlines what a learning disability or intellectual impairment is and how this affects the individual when processing and making sense of information.