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Find out about different social media platforms and how to help children stay safe when using them.
Our social media moderation guidelines
The NSPCC has its own presence on many social media channels and we encourage you to connect with us on these networks. The following moderation guidelines relate to the NSPCC’s social media channels, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn and YouTube.
Advice for host families.pdf
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Social Media Post
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Share that you’re getting your #SparkleOn on your Facebook or Instagram!
Whistleblowing Advice Line
Free advice and support for professionals concerned about how child protection issues are being handled in their organisation.
How to write your Will
Get advice about how to write your Will, how to leave a gift to charity, and how to write it for free with one of our Will writing services.
NSPCC Cymru/Wales response to regulations and code of practice in relation to Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act - Part 2 of the Act, on General Functions, including Well-being, Population Assessment, Prevention, Promotion of Social Enterprises and Provision of Information, Advice and Assistance
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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 2 of the Act, on General Functions, including Well-being, Population Assessment, Prevention, Promotion of Social Enterprises and Provision of Information, Advice and Assistance in February 2015.
How to Deal with Children During Covid-19
Whether you're working from home with your kids or supporting children with anxiety due to coronavirus, we've got tips and advice for you.
A Memorandum of Understanding between the NSPCC's CTAC and the HSB and the PSNI
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An MOU between our Child Trafficking Advice Centre and the Health and Social Care Board and the Police Service of Northern Ireland.
Anti-bullying advice and new insights from Childline
16 November 2021 / News
Last year Childline counsellors delivered 6,654 sessions about bullying – and analysis highlights how, while for some children lockdowns were a respite from bullies, for others the bullying transferred online.
Welcome to the new NSPCC Child Safety Online blog!
30 November 2021 / News
Bringing you topical content, news stories about developments in online safety and letting you know our latest safety tips and advice, campaigns you can join and much much more.
NSPCC Cymru/Wales response to linking the Continuing Professional Education and Learning (CPEL) Framework and registration as a social worker
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Our submission in response to linking the Continuing Professional Education and Learning (CPEL) Framework and registration as a social worker in September 2014.
Lonely children are twice as likely to be groomed online
23 April 2020 / News
We are urging tech giants to take urgent steps to protect children from offenders during the COVID-19 lock down.
We’ve got advice and support for you and your child to help keep children safe online.
Advice for parents and carers on how to talk to their children about relationships, sex and consent.
Content promoting self-harm, suicide and eating disorders
Get advice on supporting young people who've been exposed to content promoting self-harm, suicide and eating disorders.
Online safety for children with SEND
We have partnered with Ambitious about Autism to bring online safety tips, advice and activities specifically for parents and carers of children with SEND.
Support children with SEND talking to people online
Young people use the internet to contact friends they might know from school or other activities. Sometimes children with special educational needs and disabilities may struggle with making friends when other children are not being inclusive or kind.
Free online safety group workshops
Book a free online safety group workshop for parents and carers at your school or organisation.
Christmas gifts for children
15 December 2021 / News
If you're gifting an internet connected device as a present - like a game console or tablet or mobile - it’s important to help keep your child safe while using them. We have advice to help!
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