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Sexual behaviour in children
Advice for parents on healthy and unhealthy sexual behaviour in children and teenagers, how to talk to children about consent and what to do if you're worried.
Registration form TCs.docx.pdf
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Children and drugs
Information and advice for speaking to children about drugs and making sure they're aware of the law and the risks.
Sports, clubs and other activities
How to make sure kids are safe in clubs, sports and other activities – and what to do if you’re concerned.
Keeping children safe at work
We explain the laws that keep children and young people safe at work, work experience and volunteering.
Keeping children safe at school
School can feel like a scary place whatever age you are. We’ve got lots of advice to help you keep children and young people safe and support them at school.
Keeping children safe away from home
Our tips and advice to keep children safe away from home - at school, at work and at after school activities.
Protecting children from radicalisation
It can be hard to know what to do if you're worried about the radicalisation of a child. We've got advice to help.
Volunteer in schools
Play a vital role in protecting a generation of children, by helping them understand abuse and giving them the confidence to speak out if they need help.
If a report's been made about you
Find out what happens when someone makes a report to our helpline and how you can access information held about you.
AmazeRealise_NSPCC_Report Abuse Form Optimisation_brief v2.0.docx
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Being worried about a child who's self-harming can be really difficult. We've got advice to help you understand why children and teenagers self-harm, how to recognise the signs, and what you can do to support a young person who's struggling.
12 Childline counselling sessions a day for child sexual exploitation
15 November 2019 / News
The Annual Review released today shows Childline delivered 4,500 counselling sessions around child sexual exploitation in 2018/19 - a 16% increase on the previous year. The youngest child was just 9.
Depression, anxiety and mental health
If you're worried a child may be struggling with their mental health, or is experiencing depression, anxiety or suicidal thoughts, we've got advice to help you support them.
Moving out is a part of growing up. We have advice about the laws that keep children safe and the support available for young people who move out.
Dave's story: NSPCC Christmas appeal
Childline counsellors give children and young people the support they desperately need 24 hours a day. Donate now and help us be there in a child's darkest hour.
Grace's story: NSPCC Christmas appeal
1 in 3 children who contact Childline this Christmas will go unanswered. Donate now and help us be there in a child's darkest hour.
Parents and Carers Letter
DOCX / 125 KB
Successful Number Day events involve everyone so we've prepared a sample letter that you can send to parents and colleagues or include in your school's newsletter or website.
PDF / 5 MB
Child abuse offence recorded every 7 minutes in UK
24 October 2019 / News
New figures found 76,204 recorded sexual offences against children in the UK in 2018/19. We're calling for a radical reshaping of how support for children is delivered across the country.
Play your part for children
We've helped almost 1.8 million children know to speak out if they're worried about abuse. Donate today and help us reach one more child.
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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