We work with schools around the country to reach as many children as possible and keep them safe
From assemblies and workshops through to specialist resources, lesson plans and training, we help schools safeguard children and give them the confidence to speak out and stay safe.
Together, we can make every school the safest environment for every child.
Speak out Stay safe
Delivered by specially trained staff and volunteers, our Speak out Stay safe assemblies and workshops give children the knowledge and understanding they need to stay safe from abuse.
Helping schools protect children from abuse and neglect
Our Talk PANTS lesson plan, resources and leaflets for parents help keep children safe from sexual abuse.
Our lesson plans, classroom guidance and leaflets help teachers and practitioners keep children safe online.
Our guide for teachers and parents to the most popular social networks, apps and games that young people use.
Childline posters and wallet cards
Safeguarding in Education Self-Assessment Tool (ESAT)
Our free online tool helps schools in England develop the most effective safeguarding procedures.
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Training for teachers and school staff
Child protection in schools online course
Safer recruitment in education course
Keeping children safe online course
Designated safeguarding lead for schools and colleges in England course
Designated child protection officer in Scotland course
Designated safeguarding officer in Northern Ireland course
Keeping children safe in Northern Ireland
Talk to our child protection consultants
Child protection consultancy
Our expert consultants provide tailored support to help staff in your school better protect children.
"The NSPCC's involvement demonstrated to the students, parents and staff how seriously we take the whole (safeguarding) area. The NSPCC's work, including the self-evaluation, was focused and professional. And the whole experience was reassuring and excellent value."
Robin Street, UCL Academy
Fundraise and support our work
We rely on funding from generous supporters to deliver our work and keep children safe. By getting your pupils involved in fundraising, your school can raise money to help us reach the children who need us.
As a school you have the option the create your own fundraising event or choose from our collection of specially designed, curriculum linked activities as part of your Speak out Stay safe visit.
Aroundof our comes from those who choose to give to us
Explanation: In 2014/15 87.8% of the NSPCC’s income came from donations, gifts, legacies and fundraising activities.
School fundraising ideas
Bobble Hat Day 2016
Number Day 2017
Help children like Sam
In an average primary school class, at least 2 children have suffered abuse or neglect. But with your help we can be there to listen and respond quickly.
It's time to demand change
The government doesn't know how many children have been abused and need support. Help us change this.
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Download our full schools service brochure for a summary of all our work in schools to make sure yours is making the most of what's available.