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The evolution of parental involvement in sport
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|Duration||43 Minutes 30 Seconds|
|Description||As part of the NSPCC How Safe 2022 conference, CPSU consultant Jude Toasland led a session looking at how parental involvement in their child or young person's sport has changed over the years. The panel shared their experiences and tips for how to involve parents, and the positive impact involvement can have on a club. *Note: Throughout this video published in Aug 2022, 'Parents in Sport Week' is discussed. This campaign has since been rebranded as 'Keeping your child safe in sport', a year-round campaign with a celebration week yearly in the first week of October.|