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Parenting in Congolese and African communities
Advice and tips from the Congolese community on safeguarding and building positive relationships with children.
Nikki, one of our Baby Steps practitioners, delivers a programme which helps vulnerable parents cope with the pressures of a new baby.
Innocent searches online can lead to not so innocent results. But parental controls can help keep your child safe.
Channel 4's 'Kids on the edge' coping with self-harm
30 November 2016 / News
What you can do if you’re worried about your child self-harming
Parental substance misuse
Helping children living with parents who misuse alcohol and drugs.
Minecraft: A parent's guide
It's not always easy to know how to keep children safe while they play Minecraft. Know the risks of the game, so you can keep children safe.
Parental mental health
Helping children living with parents with mental health problems.
Pokémon Go: a parent's guide
Advice for keeping children safe on Pokémon Go
Exam stress overwhelming for thousands of children
12 May 2017 / News
Thousands of young people are turning to Childline for help as they struggle to cope with the pressure of exam stress.
NSPCC Scotland response to Scottish Government debate: National Parenting Strategy for Scotland
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Our submission in response to the Scottish Government debate: National Parenting Strategy for Scotland in May 2012.
NSPCC compliments, comments and complaints leaflet (Welsh) adults
PDF / 438 KB
Privacy settings a top concern for primary school children in online safety
30 April 2015 / News
Primary school children have flagged privacy settings for apps, games and websites as a top concern in online safety
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
Helping you keep children safe: a guide for professionals
PDF / 5 MB
How we can help and support professionals to protect children from abuse and neglect.
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.
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9 out of 10 parents back social network regulation
12 February 2019 / News
Our #WildWestWeb campaign calls for a social media regulator to force social networks to protect children on their platforms.
What we stand for
At the NSPCC we believe we're all responsible for keeping childhood free from abuse, doing everything possible to protect children and prevent it from happening.
NSPCC compliments, comments and complaints leaflet (Welsh) young people
PDF / 532 KB
NSPCC compliments, comments and complaints leaflet (English) adults
PDF / 251 KB
Play your part for children
In the average primary school class, at least 2 children have suffered abuse or neglect. Donate now and help protect children today and prevent abuse from happening tomorrow.
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