Parents can use this leaflet to help choose the right club or activity for their child. It lists the safeguards that sports bodies should have in place to keep children safe.
These activities are designed to help young people in your sports club understand the negative implications of bullying.
This scenario provides sports clubs and organisations with guidance on how to effectively include deaf and disabled young people in their setting.
This resource will help you to meet the safeguarding responsibilities for your event and to promote the wellbeing of all the young participants, volunteers and officials.
Sport and recreation sector guidance that's designed to support sports organisations' understanding of regulated activity and how to define supervision in their unique environments.
This online tool will help you to ensure that you meet the safeguarding responsibilities for your sports event, from playing in a local park up to representing their country.
Is your organisation doing everything it could be to keep children and young people safe in sport? This online self-assessment tool will help you find out.
These parental behaviour scenarios can be used or adapted by clubs or sports organisations to represent the challenges they may face.
This case management model provides links to a range of information, guidance, templates and good-practice examples, which will help your organisation manage safeguarding cases more effectively.