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School fundraising ideas
Get great ideas and support with your school fundraising activities this year.
A day in the life of a Childline website supervisor
ChildLine website supervisor Paul shares his day-to-day experience of working with the service.
Dare to Debate: online safety
29 February 2016 / News
Our expert panel discusses whether the internet can ever be safe for our children?
Government must protect children on social media
18 June 2017 / News
Social media companies must be forced to follow a set universal rules enforced by an independent regulator.
Supporting children worried about terrorism
28 September 2017 / News
Our advice can help parents talk to their children worried about recent events.
600 children learn to recognise abuse at our Big Assembly
19 June 2015 / News
Around 600 primary school students from across Greenwich learn to understand and recognise abuse.
O2 partnership will help parents to avoid 'digital delay'
27 August 2015 / News
Our new partnership with O2 is designed to give parents the tools, support and information they need to help their children explore the internet safely.
More than half of parents unaware of age limit on social media
14 March 2017 / News
1 in 5 parents think that there are no age requirements for social networks like Facebook or Snapchat.
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.
200% increase in reports of child emotional abuse
21 June 2017 / News
The number of reports to NSPCC Helpline of children being emotionally abused has risen to over 10,000 per year.
School children unite to learn how to tackle abuse
1 May 2015 / News
Almost a thousand school children from across Islington and Haringey united at the world-famous Emirates Stadium as part of our Schools Service Big Assembly, aimed to help children recognise abuse in all its forms.
Mental health problems most common reason to contact ChildLine
16 May 2016 / News
1 in 3 contacts to ChildLine featured a mental health concern last year
The relationship between child maltreatment, sexual abuse and subsequent suicide attempts
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An evaluation of the link between child abuse (and other risk factors) and suicide in childhood or later life.
Young people contacting ChildLine struggling with mental health issues
13 February 2015 / News
ChildLine annual review reveals young people are struggling with mental health issues.
1 in 4 young people have been contacted over social media by an adult they don’t know
2 May 2018 / News
1 in 4 young people have been contacted over social media by an adult they don’t know, with a third of being under 13, new research reveals.
Thirty years of ChildLine: 1986 to 2016
20 January 2016 / News
Dame Esther Rantzen will appear on The One Show at 7pm tonight to mark ChildLine's 30th birthday, followed by interviews with counsellors and those who've been helped by ChildLine.
Witnessing domestic abuse is child abuse. If you're worried about a child, we have advice to help you keep them safe.
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.
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
Rise in Childline counselling sessions to disabled children
23 November 2017 / News
In 2016/17, the number of Childline contacts from disabled children and teenagers rose by 13% – with an average of 22 counselling sessions a day.
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