This campaign aims to help parents understand their role in their child's sport.
This campaign aim is to reach parents with information and resources through sport organisations. There are a range of tools which have been developed on how parents can play an active and supportive role in their child's participation and information to help parents understand what the safeguarding requirements of clubs and activities are.
If you're a parent, you can find all of this information on the parents pages of the Child Protection in Sport Unit website.
British Orienteering is committed to safeguarding children and young people in our sport and you can find out more about our commitment by clicking here.