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  • Training and learning resources for schools

    Find out about child protection training and resources for schools staff including the designated senior person for safeguarding.

  • Resources for the classroom

    Access our free materials for use in lessons looking at issues such as bullying and sexting.

  • Research, practice and guidance

    Free resources and practice guidance on safeguarding children in education.

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Find out how our consultants can help you to make schools safer for children.

ChildLine Schools Service

Learn how our specially trained volunteers are helping primary school children protect themselves from abuse.

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Access help and advice for parents on issues such as online safety and talking about sex.

Child protection

Find out more about child protection, child abuse and child neglect in our topics section.

Ask the NSPCC’s information service - we can answer your child protection enquiries and help you find information.
Read our current awareness briefings summarising recently published research and government reports.
Find the latest statistics and analysis on child protection and related topics.
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