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Childline delivers more than 5,000 counselling sessions about gender identity and sexuality in a year
18 June 2021 / News
The NSPCC have seen a 29% increase in the number of young people speaking about coming out compared with last year. During Pride Month - and all year long - we’re here to provide young people with a source of support.
Strategy 2021-2031 summary booklet.PDF
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The difference we make
The NSPCC has been here for children for over 100 years. From our campaigns to our services – we strive to make an impact through everything we do. Here’s what we’ve achieved with your help.
Our abuse in education helpline receives hundreds of calls since launching in April
24 May 2021 / News
Report Abuse in Education helpline, which was launched to report child sexual abuse and harassment in education settings, has received 353 calls since opening on 1 April.
Thousands of young people speak to Childline about mental health and abuse during the pandemic
14 May 2021 / News
Nearly 90,000 counselling sessions were delivered in the last year by our Childline service to young people worried about mental health or abuse.
Calls to the NSPCC helpline surge during the pandemic
29 April 2021 / News
A record number of adults concerned about children called the NSPCC helpline in the last 12 months, with adults' health and behaviour the top concern.
Parent and Carers Letter (Welsh)
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Dedicated helpline for victims of abuse in schools
1 April 2021 / News
Our new dedicated helpline supports children and young people who have been victims of abuse at school, including non-recent abuse.
Parents’ mental health issues could be missed due to pandemic
5 March 2021 / News
New NSPCC data reveals there could be a long-lasting impact on the future health, wellbeing and life chances of babies born during the pandemic, as parents face heightened stress, social isolation and mental health problems.
Contacts to the NSPCC about drug and alcohol misuse among parents soar during the pandemic
17 February 2021 / News
Concerned adults have increasingly contacted the NSPCC about the risk that parents misusing drugs and alcohol may pose to their children.
Watch our Speak out Stay safe assembly at home
Watch our assembly at home to help your children understand they have the right to be safe and what to do if they feel worried or scared.
Jump across leap pads
Keep busy while learning about staying safe and speaking out by playing leap pads with your kids, perfect for 5-7 year olds.
Make a wellbeing box
Creating a wellbeing box can be a good way to start conversations with your child about what might help when things feel tough. Perfect for 5-11 year olds.
Get creative with rock painting
Keep busy while learning about speaking out and staying safe by making rock decorations with your kids, perfect for 5-11 year olds.
Learn what’s OK and not OK
A great way to start a conversation with your child about what’s OK and not OK, while reminding them of who they can talk to if they are feeling worried or upset. Perfect for 5-11 year olds.
Assembly Plan 2021
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Parent and Carers Letter
DOCX / 28 KB
Virtual London marathon 2021
Take on the London Marathon virtually for #TeamNSPCC on Sunday 3 October - wherever you are, whatever your pace. Take part in this iconic virtual running event for charity and fundraise so we can be here for every child.
Calls to NSPCC about children living in violent homes rise by over 50% as we urge government to support all children
25 January 2021 / News
NSPCC helpline staff have recorded a 53% rise in the number of contacts from adults worried about children living with domestic abuse.
Play your part for children
As more children return to school, we know the impact of the pandemic isn’t over. We want to answer every child's call. Will you help us be here?
Volunteer with us
Give a few hours of your time to help make a massive difference. Join the fight for every childhood
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