The charter aims to influence the sports sector to support athletes' mental wellbeing and change the stigma around mental health.
The Scottish Standards for Child Wellbeing and Protection in Sport supports organisations to create a culture of safeguarding and protecting children.
These parental behaviour scenarios can be used or adapted by clubs or sports organisations to help coaches and staff understand how they can tackle challenging parental involvement.
A presentation template (in PowerPoint format) that you can show to parents to let them know how they can get positively involved in their child's sport.
This fact sheet from Sport Parent EU has been designed to help parents offer the best support they can to their child during what can be a difficult time in their sporting journey.
A CPSU webinar looking at the vital role parents play in supporting their child to participate in sporting activities.
This leaflet can be used by clubs to inform coaches how to work with parents more effectively.
In order to address a gap in the research into promoting positive parental behaviours in youth sport, Brunel University has interviewed a group of young athletes about their perceptions of the subject.
This factsheet provides guidance outlines how sports can work in partnership with disabled athlete’s parents and carers.