Reporting or responding to a concern
Detailed advice on what you can do if you think a child or adult is in immediate danger or requires medical attention.
Advice for parents and carers
Guidance for parents or carers who want to know how to keep their child safe in sport and physical activity.
Safeguarding in martial arts
Get up to speed with the new Safeguarding Code in Martial Arts and achieve the very best safeguarding standards.
Safeguarding for organisations, associations and bodies
Advice for organisations and associations involved in the management and development of sport and physical activity.
Safeguarding for companies and non-traditional sports
Safeguarding advice for sports or activity providers who aren’t affiliated to a national governing body.
Safeguarding advice for sign-posters
Advice for those who guide children and young people to sport and physical activity.
Safeguarding for schools and leisure providers
If you lease or rent your facility to a sports provider or club, it’s essential that you check with them to ensure that safeguarding is taking place.
The Whyte Review
Together with UK Sport, we’ve co-commissioned a fully independent review into allegations of abuse in gymnastics.
The structure of the review, alongside its terms of reference, were published on 25 August 2020.
The review is being led by Anne Whyte QC, and it would like to hear from individual gymnasts, parents, carers or guardians of gymnasts, gymnastics coaches, British Gymnastics staff or former staff and any other organisations and individuals who want to provide information.
Evidence should be submitted to the Secretariat to the Whyte Review via email@example.com by 5pm on Friday 25 September 2020.
Read the independent review’s terms of reference, frequently asked questions, and biographies for the QC and her advisors Mike Cave and Tonia Couch, plus find out how you can get in touch with the review, via the Whyte Review website.