Fighting for childhood in Scotland How we're standing up for children

We’re building a better future for Scotland's children through working with local services and communities and influencing national policy developments and political processes.

We use the information and learning gathered through our direct services with children and families to inform decision-making and encourage wider change to protect Scotland's children from abuse and neglect.

We want to move child welfare up the policy agenda and place it at the heart of building a better future for Scotland.

Scotland

Scotland consultation responses

Our policy team in Scotland respond to government consultations and write briefings to influence the development of policies and laws that affect children and young people. Below are the most recent government consultations we've responded to.

Work or volunteer with children and families?

Visit NSPCC Learning for information, resources and training to help you safeguard and protect children and young people across the UK.

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Research and resources

More research from Scotland

Find more research and resources from Scotland in our library catalogue.

View research reports

Services for children and families in Scotland

Boy leaning on a climbing frameWe have service centres across the United Kingdom which offer a combination of services to children, families and professionals. We support parents and families in caring for their children and provide therapeutic assistance to help children move on from abuse.

We also provide help and support through the NSPCC helpline, Childline and our work with schools.

Find out what services are available for children and families in Scotland - and how to get in touch:

What you can do in Scotland

Find an event near you

From marathon to skydives, bake sales to gala dinners, we've got an event for you in Scotland.

Find an event near you

Make a donation today

A child will contact Childline every 25 seconds. Donate now and help us be there for every child.

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