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Fight for a Fair Start
Up to 1 in 5 mums in the UK experience mental health problems during pregnancy and after giving birth. Demand mental health support for every mum, so that every baby and every family gets a fair start.
NSPCC compliments, comments and complaints leaflet (Welsh) young people
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NSPCC compliments, comments and complaints leaflet (English) adults
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NSPCC compliments, comments and complaints leaflet (English) young people
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1 in 5 mums in the UK experience mental health problems
25 July 2019 / News
Our Fight For a Fair Start campaign calls for every baby and every family to get the best start in life.
Supporting children with special educational needs and disabilities
Children with special educational needs and disabilities may face lots of changes in their lives because of the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation. We've got advice and support for parents and carers.
Request for proposal for assessing system readiness
24 September 2015 / News
We’re looking to examine current working practices and Local Authority statutory assessment systems in order to inform and support the implementation of a new NSPCC model for undertaking pre-birth risk assessments
Mums report lack of consistent care during pregnancy and post-birth
27 February 2020 / News
Our Fight for a Fair Start campaign urges government to invest in the public health grant so families get the care they need.
Mental health risks for new and pregnant mothers during coronavirus
6 May 2020 / News
With our campaign Fight for a Fair Start we are urging government to make sure all new parents receive the support they need now and after lockdown
New parental controls announced by Sky to improve child safety online
21 December 2015 / News
New settings are big step forward in keeping children safe online, says Peter Wanless
Criminal record checks loophole for private tutors must close
13 July 2016 / News
We’re calling the Government to close a loophole that leaves thousands of privately-taught children at potential risk of harm.
Wayne Rooney - Ambassador for Childhood
As our first ever Ambassador for Childhood, Wayne Rooney will help lead the way in our fight for every childhood.
Information for child protection professionals in Northern Ireland
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Our guide about the NSPCC's helpline and Childline services and how we can work with you to protect children and prevent abuse and neglect.
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New safeguarding tool for education professionals
26 September 2014 / News
NSPCC and TES launch tool as survey finds that two in three teachers reported concerns last year.
PANTS Parents guide online.pdf
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Wayne Rooney signs up as first NSPCC Ambassador for Childhood
4 August 2015 / News
Wayne Rooney joins us in the fight for every childhood, as he becomes the charity's first ever Ambassador for Childhood.
A better Mother’s Day in Cardiff thanks to service for mums
13 March 2015 / News
How our Improving Parenting, Improving Practice service is helping mums in Cardiff.
Fighting for childhood in Northern Ireland
We’re making life better for children in Northern Ireland by inﬂuencing public policy, legislation and practice through our local evidence-based research and services.
1 in 6 reported to police for child sexual images are under 18
1 September 2016 / News
We’re urging parents to talk to children about the risks of sharing nude selfies on social media.
Play your part for children
With schools closed and when home isn't a safe place for every child, many children have nowhere to turn for help. We’re still here for children. Will you be there too?
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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