Everyone can play their part in keeping young people safe in archery and that?s why Archery GB are proud to support the NSPCC?s Keeping Your Child Safe in Sport Week.
Everyone can play their part in keeping young people safe in archery and that’s why Archery GB are proud to support the NSPCC’s Keeping Your Child Safe in Sport Week.
We’re helping parents and carers know what to look out for at their child’s club and empower them to feel confident to raise any concerns. Parents play a huge role in their child’s confidence, enjoyment and performance in archery, and it’s key they feel empowered and equipped with the right advice to help keep their child safe from abuse in sport.
Archery GB and the NSPCC are here to help parents and carers know what steps they can take to keep their child safe with a range of advice, resources and e-learning opportunities.
Play your part in keeping your child safe in sport by accessing the selection of Archery GB and NSPCC resources.
Child Protection in Sport Unit’s parents' hub
Free 10 minute parents e-learning course
Free workshop for parents on the potential harms of gaming and gambling (6 – 7pm Tuesday 4 October)
For more information on the campaign see CPSU’s Keeping your Child Safe in Sport Week web page.