“Never underestimate the value of sporting opportunities to care experienced young people – they can be life changing” – Ian, care experienced young person
Becoming a Corporate Parent
In 2015, sportscotland was designated as a Corporate Parent under Part 9 of the Children and Young People Act 2014 (Scotland), alongside organisations including local authorities, health boards, the police and other public bodies.
In 2016, we published our first three-year corporate parenting plan. This set out our commitments to improving the lives of Scotland’s care-experienced young people through participation in sport. We also listed the actions we would take to meet these commitments.
Our progress to date
In the following report, we outline the progress we’ve made since we published our plan and highlight some examples of our work in action: 2016-19 corporate parenting progress report.
Consultation on sportscotland’s draft Corporate Parenting commitments
Our draft Corporate Parenting commitments show how we intend to make a difference to the lives of care-experienced young people.
Have your say
Please use the link below to take part in our short survey and share your feedback on our commitments for the next three years:
Following consultation, we will publish our commitments and timescales in a refreshed Corporate Parenting Plan 2020-23.
Your feedback is important to us. Thank you for taking the time to respond.
Sport For Life
Within our corporate strategy, Sport For Life, our commitment to inclusion underpins everything we do. For us, inclusion is about valuing all individuals, giving equal access and opportunity to all and removing discrimination and other barriers to involvement.
Corporate parenting is one of our key drivers for inclusion. We aim to understand and respond to the needs of care-experienced young people as any parent should.
If you’d like more information about our role as a Corporate Parent, or would like our plan in an alternative format/language, please contact Darren McKay: email@example.com