Safeguarding in Sport resources
Safeguarding in Sport has produced a number of free resources to equip people with the tools to ensure children and young people stay safe and have fun in sport. These resources are for coaches, volunteers, child protection officers – anyone who provides sport to children and young people.
The 10 Steps are a collection of guidelines, good practice, practical advice and template procedures and policies – these are all tools which can help your organisation keep children safe in sport.
Our Safeguarding in Sport e-bulletin is produced on a regular basis throughout the year, keeping you up-to-date with all of the Safeguarding in Sport news. To subscribe to the Safeguarding in Sport e-bulletin please email us. If you wish to submit a news item or case study for the newsletter, contact Safeguarding in Sport on 0141 419 1156.
Stay Safe & Have Fun In Sport leaflet
Stay Safe & Have Fun in Sport is a leaflet for children and young people to raise awareness about their right to be safe while playing sport. It suggests where children and young people can find help and support if they are worried about something. ‘Stay Safe and Have Fun in Sport’ is suitable for all children and young people 10 years and over.
To order printed copies (for a small charge) please call us on 0141 419 1156 or email: email@example.com
Stay Safe & Have Fun poster
The poster can now be downloaded and placed on notice boards to inform parents, children and young people, club members and the public about their commitment to child protection.
Play Sport, Stay Safe DVD
This film, produced by the NSPCC, can help sports organisations boost their child protection knowledge. View the film.
Protection of Vulnerable Groups (PVG) Scheme – Briefing
This briefing paper for sports clubs and organisations sets out the background and main issues for sport regarding the Protection of Vulnerable Groups (PVG) Scheme.
This January 2016 Self Declaration update provides Sports Governing Bodies and clubs with information relation to the change in legislation for PVGs and spent convictions.
All the resources mentioned above are available in our Publications section (please note all are free with the exception of the Stay Safe & Have Fun leaflet which has a small charge).
Further advice is available from Safeguarding in Sport – please call us on 0141 419 1156 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org