This guidance provides coaches with helpful strategies to follow to improve and manage potential issues between coaches and parents and build a good relationship.
Competitions can be emotional for children, parents and coaches, so ensuring that feedback is well-timed and delivered appropriately is very important.
This guidance (PDF) aims help coaches understand, support, and educate parents, helping to improve overall parental involvement and allowing children to have more enjoyable sporting experiences.
Parental feedback, support and behaviour all play a vital role in a child's enjoyment and experience of sport. This guidance for parents provides tips for how to support and encourage your child and become positively involved in their sporting experience.
Good-practice guidance from the NHS on heat health. It lists risks and actions to consider when planning sports events.
These briefing papers explain positions of trust in sport and dance and outline the legislation which was updated in June 2022 in response to the NSPCC's Close the Loophole campaign.
This briefing highlights things that should be considered when taking children and young people away on trips – such as travel, ratios and insurance.
Running events in public spaces can present a variety of additional safeguarding challenges, including security and photography. This briefing will help your organisation identify and address potential issues.
This guidance highlights what you need to consider when recruiting chaperones to provide care for children and young people at training, events and competitions.
This briefing paper outlines each recommendation from The Whyte Review and the implications for the sports sector, including any actions planned by the CPSU.