Bullying and cyberbullying Research and resources
Below is a selection of our child protection research, leaflets, guidance, evaluations and safeguarding resources on bullying and cyberbullying.
Resources for schools and teachers
Find anti-bullying resources for your school
Browse resources to help you and your school tackle bullying and cyberbullying in the UK's only library dedicated to child protection.
Helping schools protect children from abuse and neglect
Sign up to TES Connect to access free NSPCC resources for teachers and any other staff who work with children or young people in schools, academies or colleges.
Support for professionals
Our Current Awareness Service for Practice, Policy And Research delivers free weekly email alerts to keep you up-to-date with all the latest safeguarding and child protection news.
CASPAR is currently being upgraded but you can still sign up by contacting our Information Service.
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How safe are our children? conference 2016
How safe are our children? is the NSPCC’s annual flagship conference for everyone working in child protection.
We hold the UK's largest collection of child protection resources and the only UK database specialising in published material on child protection, child abuse and child neglect.
New in the Library
A free weekly email listing all of the new child protection publications added to our library collection.
New in the Library is currently being upgraded but you can still sign up by contacting our Information Service.
Helping you keep children safe
Read our guide for professionals and organisations on what we do and the ways we can work with you to protect children and prevent abuse and neglect.
Impact and evidence hub
Find out how we evaluate and research the impact we’re making in protecting children, get tips and tools for researchers and access resources.
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Sharing knowledge to keep children safe
Read our guide to NSPCC Knowledge and Information Services to find out how we can help you with child protection queries, support your research, and help you learn and develop.