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James was bullied for 6 years when he moved to a new school. Speaking to Childline gave him somewhere to turn and helped him to rebuild his confidence.
Peter Wanless statement
12 June 2019 / News
We’re sorry for the hurt that has been caused by recent events with Munroe Bergdorf. We’re here for every child, including the LGBTQ+ community, who can contact Childline any time.
Children share their stories - from experiencing abuse or neglect, to struggling with their mental health or being bullied - and how they found hope for the future.
We’ve got advice and support for you and your child to help keep children safe online.
Witnessing domestic abuse is child abuse. If you're worried about a child, we have advice to help you keep them safe.
Bullying and cyberbullying
Advice for parents and carers to help keep children safe from bullying, wherever it happens.
Types of abuse
We've got information and advice on different types of abuse, how to spot the signs and what you can do to help keep children safe.
Childline sees over 6,000 counselling sessions about gender and sexual identity
5 June 2019 / News
Thousands of young people turned to Childline last year for help with issues including gender identity, coming out and homophobic bullying.
Race hate crime offences against children reach 3 year high
28 May 2019 / News
Childline held 2,617 counselling sessions about race and faith based bullying between 2015/16 and 2017/18.
NSPCC Annual Report 2017/18
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We work face to face with children, young people and families who need our help across the UK.
Childline a lifeline for young people struggling with anxiety
7 December 2018 / News
Childline annual review shows anxiety counselling sessions have almost doubled in just 2 years as the service fills gaps left by children's mental health care.
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Equal protection for children online and offline
Our call for parity of protection for children, to keep children safe online and offline.
Sexting: Why do young people do it? Is it illegal? How to explain the risks to your child, and what to do if a child has shared an explicit image.
Working with schools
We visit schools across the country with our Speak Out. Stay Safe programme, helping children understand what abuse is. We also provide professionals with advice, training and resources.
Find out how Childline helps thousands of children and young people with any issue they might be facing.
60703 NSPCC Wales - Sports Club ENGLISH_WEB.PDF
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Rise in Childline counselling sessions about loneliness
3 July 2018 / News
Thousands of young people are seeking help from Childline as they struggle to cope with loneliness and isolation
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