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Working with schools
We visit schools across the country with our Speak Out. Stay Safe programme, helping children understand what abuse is. We also provide professionals with advice, training and resources.
NSPCC Response to the Secure College rules consultation
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Our submission in response to the Secure College rules consultation in December 2013.
School-based education programmes for the prevention of child sexual abuse
4 June 2015 / News
Summary of a review of research literature by Cochrane into what works in running sexual abuse prevention programmes in schools.
School fundraising ideas
Get great ideas and support with your school fundraising activities this year.
Volunteer for NSPCC Schools Service
We're protecting a generation of children against abuse, one primary school at a time. Play your part.
NSPCC Cymru/Wales response to call for evidence: an independent review into the role and functions of the Children’s Commissioner for Wales
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Our submission in response to call for evidence: an independent review into the role and functions of the Children’s Commissioner for Wales in October 2014.
School Service teaches 1 million children to stay safe
13 February 2016 / News
We've taught more than one million primary school pupils how to stay safe from abuse since we launched in 2011.
What the law says about children working
Information on children, employment and the law, including legislation, school-leavers, babysitting, work experience placements and apprenticeships.
Newcastle ChildLine Schools Service reaches 100% of schools in the area
26 February 2015 / News
Footballing legend Alan Shearer congratulates our ChildLine Schools Service team in Newcastle for their efforts in protecting a generation of children from abuse.
Anna Williamson backs Berkshire ChildLine Schools Service Appeal
14 January 2015 / News
TV presenter and ChildLine supporter, Anna Williamson, speaks about her support for the charity and our ChildLine Schools Service.
School term kicks off with a football star
9 October 2015 / News
This week, we welcomed North East football star Lucy Bronze to a special assembly in Alnwick.
500 primary school children take part in Schools Service Big Assembly
8 July 2015 / News
Around 500 primary school children from Kent converged on the University of Kent at Canterbury yesterday to take part in an NSPCC Schools Service Big Assembly.
Vote now to help us win £25,000
11 May 2015 / News
Vote now to bring us one step closer to vital funding from the Aviva Community Fund—helping even more children.
NSPCC Northern Ireland response to the call for evidence to the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Exploitation in Northern Ireland
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Our submission in response to the call for evidence to the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Exploitation in Northern Ireland.
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.
NSPCC submission to the Women and Equalities Select Committee Inquiry on Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence in Schools
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Our submission in response to the Women and Equalities Select Committee Inquiry on Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence in Schools.
Helping you keep children safe: a guide for professionals
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How we can help and support professionals to protect children from abuse and neglect.
In the eye of the storm – methodological briefing note
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A brief summary of the methods used to produce the analysis in the report 'In the Eye of the Storm'.
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.
Exploring the case for mandatory reporting: a summary of a roundtable hosted by the NSPCC
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Briefing paper, roundtable discussion paper and summary of the discussions and proposed next steps.
Play your part for children
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