NSPCC Child Protection in Sport Unit
This sample anti-bullying policy (PDF) developed by NSPCC Child Protection in Sport Unit (CPSU) provides an example of the procedures that should support sport organisation to ensure they are doing all they can to tackle bullying behaviour.
Sport organisations can use this sample to get an idea of the types of things they should be covering in their policy and use it to create their own.
Following several safeguarding concerns in sport and physical activity, this conference will support senior leaders to create a safe culture
About this event
Sport England, The Football Association and the NSPCC’s Child Protection in Sport Unit would like to invite you to a virtual conference over two days 28th September 2021 1pm-5pm with a networking hour until 6pm and then the following day 10am-1pm 29th September.
Parents play an important role in their child’s sporting life, both when things are going well and by supporting them if something's wrong. The NSPCC Child Protection in Sport Unit (CPSU) has updated the information for parents on its website. Information provided includes: speaking out about worries that your child is being abused or put at risk during sports activities; how to spot abuse; making support safe; and supporting your child in sport.
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, sports clubs and organisations have found themselves in a position of having to look at alternatives to face-to-face training and events. This has resulted in events and competitions taking place virtually.