Parent Checklist For Youth Activities
Child Safety
Type of Service:
Child Safety
Last Updated:
03/04/2019
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Lots of young people take part in Scotland's youth organisations and clubs. These organisations play a vital role in helping children and young people develop, learn and have fun. Volunteers and paid workers provide this service. Parents should assure themselves about standards before allowing young people to join a club or group for organised activities. Leaders encourage this kind of parental interest. There are 15 basic questions parents might ask about the club and its leaders. For a copy of the leaflet Parent Checklist for Youth Activities please log on to the website. If you are not happy with any situation, you could contact whoever is responsible for dealing with complaints. If there is no complaints procedure in place, or you fail to receive satisfaction, you should pass your concerns on to the club's national organisation or advise the appropriate local authority department. You could also talk over your concerns with Parentline Scotland on 0808 800 2222.
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  • Admission Policy: Yes
    • There are 15 basic questions parents might ask about the club and its leaders. For a copy of the leaflet Parent Checklist for Youth Activities please log on to the website.