This section provides you will al the information you need about staying safe in sport.
Sport plays a positive role in the lives of many children and young people. As well as the obvious health benefits, they also gain important social and life skills. That is why it is important that everyone who provides sport does as much as possible to create and maintain.
Safeguarding in Sport Toolkit
Attached below are some documents you may find useful in Safeguarding Children in Sport.
What to do if you think a child is at risk of abuse
If you have concern that a child is being harmed as a result of abuse or neglect, you must not keep these concerns to yourself. Keeping children safe is everyone's responsibility.
You need to ensure that you speak to the appropriate organisations who can listen to and record your concern, and then take appropriate action.