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.
This poster has been designed to encourage parents to ask the right questions when choosing a club for their child.
This A4 poster has been designed to reach out to coaches and clubs with top tips on how to get started when it comes to involving parents in sport.
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.
The Framework for maintaining and embedding safeguarding for children in and through sport helps sports organisations to maintain safeguarding standards and embed safeguarding practices.
A recorded webinar on eating disorders and disordered eating in young people in sport. It looks at ways of identifying and managing potential eating problems.
Use this model for parents workshops from Welsh Gymnastics to set-up regular meetings with parents and develop better relationships.
Sports organisations can download, print and use these sample codes of conduct to let parents, children and staff know what's expected of them as part of their involvement.