Government guidance on the phased return of sport and recreation

As an ISA Member, your school is entitled to access ISA’s full range of services and to use ISA’s badge of quality, including a plaque and logo for documentation and website use.  This is recognised by parents and educators throughout the UK.

ISA’s mission is to grow sport in our member schools by making it relevant, accessible, welcoming, and enjoyable. Through our offering, ISA Sport believes that experience in extra-curricular activities increases self-esteem and builds fellowship among pupils. Below is a range of resources that may assist your school in delivering an effective and inclusive programme for your provision.

ISA sport event organisers documentation
Event Information and Invitation Packs Versions
Non-Qualifying Event – Event Organiser Information PDF/ Word
Athletics – ISA Event Organiser Information PDF/ Word
Cross Country – ISA Event Organiser Information PDF/ Word
Football (U11) – ISA Event Organiser Information PDF/ Word
Netball (U11) – ISA Event Organiser Information PDF / Word
Netball (U13) – ISA Event Organiser Information PDF / Word
Swimming – ISA Event Organiser Information PDF / Word
Qualification letter and Invitation PDF / Word

ISA Images and Video Policy

ISA Code of Conduct for Sport

ISA Safeguarding Statement

Risk Assessment Template

Sun Protection Policy

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CPD opportunities

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Official Photographers

Events currently have no external professional photographers present.

The Outdoor Kids Sun Safety Code

ISA is a proud supporter of the Outdoor Kids Sun Safety Code. This free downloadable resource will help improve the provision of sun protection of all who work outdoors with children. The campaign was devised by the Melanoma Fund in 2014 and is partnered with the Youth Sport Trust, the Association for Physical Education (AfPE), the Child Protection in Sport Unit (CPSU) and Coaching UK, and is supported by the UK’s leading sport and outdoor organisations.

Full details on how you can get involved are here.