Parents in Sport Week takes place from October 1st – 7th
We all want children and young people to enjoy participating in sport – and parents play a key role in that.
Whether you’re a parent, a coach or a safeguarding official, visit thecpsu.org.uk/parents where you’ll find all you need to know about getting parents involved and how they can encourage children’s safe participation in sport.
Here are 5 ways to get involved from the NSPCC
- Hold a special parents event – this could be anything from a social event to a parents training session. we’ve even created a downloadable invitation for you to use.
- Download and share our flyers which include top tips on how to involve parents at your club
- Take a look at the wealth of information on our parents in sport resource page, including an email signature you can use and a template presentation on promoting positive parental involvement in your club
- Tell us what you’re up to on Twitter – share your PISW stories. Make sure you include the hashtags #involvingparents and #ParentsinSportWeek2018
- Watch and share our positive sports parents videos for important messages about the benefits of parental involvement in sport
Download a copy of the NSPCC Parents in sports Week leaflet here : Parents in Sports Week Leaflet
- Parents are vital to youth sport as they influence young people to get involved and achieve
- Parents enable youth sport to happen by arranging travel and encouraging young people to participate
- Parents can inspire children to develop and push the boundaries of their ability