Childline posters and wallet cards Encouraging children to contact Childline if they need to talk

Teenagers in a groupOur series of posters and handy credit card-sized wallet cards encourage children to contact Childline if they need to talk.

We have a number of designs for primary and secondary schools. To order these posters and wallet cards, or to buy multiple packs, please call us on 0808 800 5000 or email help@nspcc.org.uk.

We’ve also produced a series of posters for the Childline #ListenToYourSelfie campaign, encouraging children to contact Childline if they're worried about grooming or unhealthy sexual relationships. These posters can be downloaded and printed for free.

Posters and wallet cards designs for schools

For primary schools

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For primary schools (English/Welsh)

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For secondary schools

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For secondary schools (English/Welsh)

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#ListenToYourSelfie posters

Once it's on the internet, there's no undo button!

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Is this what I want?

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But he's the only one that gets me

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Childline annual review 2015-16: It turned out someone did care

The issues children and young people contacted Childline about in 2015/16.
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"Always there when I need you": Childline annual review 2014-15

The issues children and young people contacted ChildLine about in 2014-15.
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