Parents in Sport Week
Let’s talk about keeping children safe in sport.
Parents in Sport Week 2020 takes place 5 – 11 October. Run by the NSPCC Child Protection in Sport Unit (CPSU), Parents in Sport Week aims to highlight the important role parents play in youth sport, from helping to keep children safe, to encouraging them to take part and achieve.
As part of the campaign, the CPSU are asking sports parents to make the Sports Parents Promise – a 3-point pledge to their children to listen to them about their concerns, check clubs are safe to enjoy, and encourage their children to take part in a positive way.
They hope this will help parents to understand how their contribution to their child’s sport makes it a safer place for all children.
You can help support the CPSU and Parents in Sport Week by making the Sports Parents Promise on their website. You can also find a wealth of helpful information about being a great sports parent and working with parents in sport here.
You can also support and follow the campaign on social media using the hashtag #ParentsinSportWeek2020.
The Prohibited List identifies the substances and method’s that are not permitted both in and out of competition. The Prohibited List 2021 is now available.
This new List comes into effect on the 1 January 2021, and it is the responsibility of all athletes to check the List and ensure that they are aware of any changes that may affect them. Coaches should also check the list and ensure that they are up to date with its requirements.
If you have any questions about the Prohibited List please contact [email protected].