Let Kids be Kids is a national campaign that addresses poor sideline behaviour - largely at junior sport. 

The behaviour of people on the sidelines of junior sport can have a profound impact on kids' participation and enjoyment of sport.  

Below you'll find a range of resources to help you address poor sideline behaviour. The first section will help you understand the issue of poor sideline behaviour and the impact it has on kids. You can build your own toolkit on the issue by downloading the resources in the 'what can you do?' section. Finally, you can see some examples of strategies to address sideline behaviour. 




  • What can you do - your toolkit

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    Thankfully, there are many things you can do to address poor sideline behaviour at junior sport. We've compiled a suite of resources for you to put together your own 'toolkit' on the issue. You can choose any of the resources below and use or adapt them to your needs.  

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  • Let Kids be Kids Case Studies

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    In this section we provide you with detailed case studies of strategies and initiatives you could adopt to help address poor sideline behaviour at your club. The examples we use are real life models of good practice in this area - so they are 'tried and tested' initiatives that hopefully you can use or adapt to suit your needs.

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  • Understanding poor sideline behaviour

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    It's important to understand about poor sideline behaviour if we are to address it. In this section you can access information to help you get a good understanding of poor sideline behaviour and its impact on kids.  

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