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Core info leaflets
Find our series of leaflets on the indicators of abuse and neglect NSPCC Learning website.
Signs, symptoms and effects of abuse
The signs of child abuse aren't always obvious, and a child might not tell anyone what's happening to them. Sometimes children don't understand that what's happening is abuse.
NSPCC Scotland response to the Scottish Government consultation on the Common Core of Skills, Knowledge, Understanding and Values for the Children’s Workforce In Scotland
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Our submission in response to the Scottish Government’s consultation on the Common Core of Skills, Knowledge, Understanding and Values for the Children’s Workforce In Scotland in 2011.
Keeping children safe from physical abuse
How to help keep children safe from physical abuse
NSPCC Cymru/Wales response to Welsh Women’s Aid/Welsh Government consultation on good practice on delivering whole education approaches to preventing violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence
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Our submission in response to Welsh Women’s Aid/Welsh Government consultation on good practice on delivering whole education approaches to preventing violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence in May 2015.
Signs, indicators and effects of physical abuse
What to look out for: the signs, symptoms, indicators and effects of physical abuse and non-accidental head injuries.
Cross-training for runners
2 March 2017 / News
Cross-training is an essential part of your marathon training programme. Our expert coaches, Full Potential, explain how cross-training can boost your running performance.
The practice race
22 February 2017 / News
Taking part in a practice race is a crucial part of your marathon training programme. Read our top tips to get your raceday routine right.
Donate clothes, phones & more
Donating your old clothes, cars and unwanted items is an easy way to help children.
How to prevent training injuries
6 September 2017 / News
Expert coaches Full Potential give their advice on how to stay fit and avoid injury as you prepare for your charity challenge.
Rest and recovery for runners
9 March 2017 / News
How rest and recovery can boost your marathon performance. How to get the right quality and quantity of sleep to support your marathon training programme.
NSPCC Cymru/Wales response to regulations and code of practice in relation to Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act - Part 7 of the Act, on Safeguarding
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Our submission in response to regulations and code of practice in relation to Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act - Part 7 of the Act, on Safeguarding in February 2015.
Pregnancy in Mind
Pregnancy in Mind is a preventative mental health service for parents-to-be to support those at risk of, or experiencing mild to moderate anxiety and depression during pregnancy and the first year after birth.
Hunt for Paddington’s head
23 December 2014 / News
NSPCC supporters have rallied to help find the head of damaged Paddington bear statue. #FindHisHead
Keeping children safe from online abuse
Helpful information, advice and tools on how to keep children safe from online abuse.
Get Your Sparkle On
This Christmas, get together, Get Your Sparkle On, and donate £3 to help keep children safe.
30 May 2018 / News
Picking up an injury when you’re training for an event can be frustrating, as well as painful. Follow our advice to reduce your risk.
1001 Critical Days manifesto to help prevent child abuse
11 December 2015 / News
The relaunch of the 1001 Critical Days Manifesto in Parliament has gained support from a record number of MPs from all sides of the House pressing ministers to adopt it as Government policy.
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How to make evidence an essential part of decision-making
3 January 2017 / News
Pippa Coutts, from the Alliance for Useful Evidence, on why evidence has a critical role to play in policy and practice decision-making
Play your part for children
Last year a third of all calls to our helpline were about neglect, a figure that's even higher at Christmas. Donate now and help shine a light on children left in the dark.
Volunteer with us
Give a few hours of your time to help make a massive difference. Join the fight for every childhood