This briefing provides practical guidelines for managing challenging behaviour from children and young people in sports activities.
The purpose of this briefing paper is to clarify what an organisation's duty of care entails, and to provide some guidance as to what steps can be taken in order to demonstrate that this duty is being met.
This briefing provides organisations with guidance on developing effective recruitment and selection procedures.
This briefing focuses on an organisation's responsibility to young people with allergies, both ensuring their wellbeing and making sure they are not unnecessarily excluded from taking part.
This briefing highlights best practice for adults when transporting children to and from sporting activities.
An anti-bullying Z-card (fold-out leaflet) produced by Sport Nottinghamshire for children and young people involved in sport.
Sport is an integral part of our community, and can play a significant role in promoting the importance of positive mental health and well-being.
A case study from Energize Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin on how this CSP have meaningfully involved children and young people in their work, by creating a youth forum.
Deaf and disabled children are particularly vulnerable to abuse. This briefing provides guidance on how to recognise and respond to concerns about the welfare of a child.
This briefing highlights things that should be considered when taking children and young people away on trips – such as travel, ratios and insurance – and also best safeguarding practice for when acting as a host family.