This year, we're aiming Parents in Sport Week directly at parents whose children take part in the sports we work with, to give them everything they need to be part of the bigger safeguarding picture in sport.
New resources for 2021
As part of this year's campaign, we'll be launching several new resources for parents to help skill them up on keeping their child safe in sport, these include:
- a new animation for parents on what abuse might look like in sport and how to get help
- a short, interactive e-learning course for parents on how to keep children safe
- a new look parents' hub on the CPSU website, which parents can use as a one-stop-shop for safeguarding information
We'll be launching these new tools throughout Parents in Sport Week 2021 across the CPSU and NSPCC websites and social media using #ParentsinSportWeek.
How to get involved
If you're a parent
The best people to get parents involved in their child's sport are fellow parents! That's why we need your help to spread the word about keeping children safe in sport and encourage other parents to get involved.
You can help support this year's campaign by:
- signing-up as a Parents in Sport Week campaigner
- taking our e-learning course and learn how to keep your child safe
- share our animation on social media to help other parents
- talk about Parents in Sport Week on social media by using #ParentsinSportWeek and tagging @NSPCC and @TheCPSU
If you're sports club or activity
We'll need lots of help to reach parents whose children are involved in your sports this year and you can help by:
- asking parents in your club to take our e-learning course
- pinning our animation to your social media profiles during the week
- spreading the word about our resources on social media using #ParentsinSportWeek
Download your campaign pack for clubs here to get started.
Not a parent or a sports club?
If you're a partner, fellow charity or private organisation that wants to support Parents in Sport Week, the best way you can help us is to re-share our content on social media and spread the word about our resources to even more parents.