Learning resources for school and college staff
We offer a range of resources to support you and your team in your professional development
A six-module online learning programme developed by the NSPCC and Child Exploitation Online Protection Centre (CEOP). This new e-learning training tool will keep you up-to-date in teaching children the principles of online safety and helping to prevent abuse from happening.
A resource pack that includes a CD-Rom and DVD for the designated person / child protection coordinator in your school or college to deliver induction and refresher training to staff. Appropriate for use in educational setting in England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland.
This four module programme is designed to teach everybody about their role and responsibility in safeguarding children and is suitable for anyone who works in an educational setting. It will help you identify when a child might be at risk, and includes a step-by-step action plan to follow should there be concern for a child’s welfare.
Written with input from the Anti-Bullying Alliance, ChildLine, Stonewall and Save the Children, this four module programme will help you to understand bullying behaviour, and explains how you may prevent it or respond to it when it does occur, as well as providing guidance on developing an anti-bullying policy.
This DVD resource illustrates what professionals can expect when they attend a child protection case conference. The resource also includes dramatisations highlighting what happens at case conferences, their place within the child protection process, and the roles and responsibilities of the professionals who attend them.
This resource will help everyone who works with children know how they can safeguard deaf and disabled children more effectively.
Our award-winning DVD offers essential information to staff working with children whose impairments may affect their communication.
NSPCC consultation commissioned by the Department of Education in Northern Ireland
This research was undertaken on behalf of the Children's Commissioner for England by NSPCC and Youthworks, and focuses on best practice in safeguarding and responding to child protection concerns in primary schools.
12 essential safeguarding tips for primary schools, including case studies from schools with outstanding practice and a sample development plan for safeguarding and child protection in schools.
We also have curriculum-linked classroom resources to help you address difficult topics with pupils
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