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Tees Valley Sport’s Commitment to Safeguarding
Tees Valley Sport has achieved the advanced level in the standards for safeguarding and protecting children in sport. The Partnership is now implementing the Framework for Safeguarding Children and Young People through Sport.
Tees Valley Sport is committed to promoting the safety and welfare of children and adults at risk engaged in sporting activities locally. It aims to contribute to safeguarding children and young people by:
The Partnership Board endorse these aims and support the achievement of the actions in the Partnership Implementation Action Plan.
Tees Valley Sport Safeguarding Policy and Procedures
It is important that all sports organisations that receive statutory funding must have an active safeguarding policy. The Tees Valley Sport Safeguarding Policies and Action Plan can be downloaded below.
The Department for Education statutory guidance for schools and colleges
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Advice for Children and Young People
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Advice for Parents and Guardians
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Club, Coach and Volunteer Support
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