Competitions can be emotional for children, parents and coaches, so ensuring that feedback is well-timed and delivered appropriately is very important.
Good-practice guidance from the NHS on heat health. It lists risks and actions to consider when planning sports events.
This briefing paper outlines each recommendation from The Whyte Review and the implications for the sports sector, including any actions planned by the CPSU.
You can adapt this mental health and wellbeing sample statement to support your sports organisation's existing safeguarding policies and to demonstrate your commitment to protecting young people’s mental health and wellbeing.
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.
In this podcast, we talk with former professional footballer Paul Stewart about the impact that childhood abuse has had on him and how to create a safer culture in sport.
This short animation helps parents to understand why it's important that everyone plays a role in keeping children safe in sport and how to speak out if they have any concerns.
In this podcast mini series, we'll talk with Dr Carolyn Plateau we'll be talking about disordered eating and eating disorders in sport.
A resource to help sports organisations to positively and meaningfully engage with people who have lived experience of childhood abuse.
In this podcast, we talk with former swimmer Karen Leach about her experience of childhood sexual abuse and what we can learn from it to keep children safe in sport.