We work in partnership with schools, so that we can reach more children and help keep them safe.
Our pioneering Schools Service empowers children, helping them understand abuse and giving the confidence to speak out and seek help if they ever need it.
And we help schools protect more children – by providing teachers and other staff with safeguarding advice, support and training. Together, we can help make every school the safest environment for every child.
NSPCC Schools Service
Helping schools protect children from abuse and neglect
Resources for schools and teachers
The Underwear Rule
We've created a lesson plan and other Underwear Rule resources to help teachers keep children safe from abuse.
Presentations, lesson plans and teaching guides and activities will be available soon. Register today and we'll be in touch.
Training for teachers and governors
Child protection in schools online course
Safer recruitment in education course
Designated safeguarding lead for schools and colleges in England course
Designated senior person for safeguarding children in schools and colleges in Wales course
Designated child protection officer in Scotland course
Keeping children safe in Northern Ireland
Designated safeguarding officer in Northern Ireland course
Fundraise and support our work
Many schools who have used the NSPCC Schools Service also choose to support our work by fundraising. Schools have the option the create their own fundraising activity or choose from our collection of specially designed, curriculum linked fundraising activities.
School fundraising ideas
Number Day 2016
Bobble Hat Day
Get ready for Booble Hat Day, Friday 4 December 2015. Get your school involved by registering today.
Through our work with schools, we can reach more children and help keep them safe. Your donation can take a child anywhere.