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Abuse, Neglect, Domestic Abuse and Safeguarding
Abuse and Neglect - NSPCC Learning including; DA; FGM; Harmful Sexual Behaviour; Emotional, Physical, Sexual & Online Abuse.
Definitions and Signs of Child Abuse - NSPCC Learning
Escapeline - Factsheets on Child Exploitation
Free Tools and Resources - CSE and Sexual Abuse
Free Tools and Resources - Domestic Abuse
Institute of Child Protection Studies – Kids Central Toolkit, Videos and Research
LGBTQ Young People - Contextual Safeguarding Factsheet & Resource Pack
Neglect Practitioners Toolkit
PANTS NSPCC - Resources for schools and teachers
PANTS (NSPCC) wide range of resources - These include support packs for parents/carers/foster parents, videos, case studies.
Online Sexual Harm Reduction Guide - Marie Collins Foundation
Responding to and Recognising Domestic Abuse
Sex, Secrets & Lies - A booklet to help young people understand CSE
Safeguarding and child protection in schools - NSPCC Learning
Speak Out and Stay Safe - school assembly now available online free for primary schools. The programme includes a 30-minute assembly introduced by Ant and Dec, with supporting resources
Stop It Now! - Helping prevent child sexual abuse, confidential help and support
Types and Indicators of Abuse - Social Care Institute for Excellence
Womens Aid - Safety and Support Resources
ACE's and Trauma (Adverse Childhood Experiences)
ACE Informed Approach
ACEs - Short six-minute video explaining ACEs and their impact
Trauma in childhood - the facts
Trauma Informed research for direct work with children
Trauma resources from Beacon House
UK Trauma Council - Information, resources, research and briefings
Universal Credit - Families having difficulties claiming can now get help from the Citizens Advice Bureau
Universal Credit - Helping someone make a claim
Attachment - Basic Information Booklet
Brain Development and Maltreatment
Child Development - Stages of
Come Talk With Me - A resource to support children with their speech, language and communication development
Harmful Sexual Behaviour Prevention Toolkit - The Lucy Faithfull Foundation
Healthy Sexual Development of Children and Young People - NSPCC
Healthy Sleep Tips for Children and Teenagers
How to Have Difficult Conversations with Children - NSPCC Learning
Hungry Little Minds - Simple, fun activities for kids, from newborn to five
Improving Social and Emotional Learning in Primary Schools
Interactive Resillience Framework - The Academic Resilience Approach provides free, practical resources to help schools support pupils’ academic resilience.
Learning and Play
Look, Say, Sing, Play (NSPCC) - brain building for infants
Trick Box - Trick Box is a simple, fun and effective emotional management and personal development programme
Additional help for parents who are Forces Veterans - Mental Health, Housing and Financial Guide
BCP Family Information Directory (FID) - information on local organisations, activities & events, Childcare and services
Engaging Families Toolkit - provides guidance and support, toolkit builds on research and evidence-based practice which is known to work in effectively engaging families in offers of support.
Family Breakups - created by young people who have been through parental separation, for those in a similar situation
Families Under Pressure - simple tips and tricks, formulated by researchers and NHS mental health experts, which are backed by science and proven to work with families
Free Tools and Resources - Finances
Lullaby Trust - information and resources for working with parents with young babies and bereaved families
Voices in the Middle - guide for parents of teenagers created by our Voices in the Middle young people
Support for Parents who use Alcohol - for couples who want to drink less alcohol and get on better with each other
Health - General
Ambitious About Autism - Toolkits for youth group leaders, parents and carers and autistic young people.
Epilepsy, Supporting Young People - includes seizure 1st aid and suggested support strategies in learning and behaviour
Free Tools and Resources - Disability and Health
NHS Self Help Leaflets - covering many topics including; Anxiety, Eating Disorders, Depression, Panic, Stress and many more
Rise Above (Public Health) - PSHE curriculum topics to KS3 and KS4 pupils, flexible lesson plans, PowerPoints co-created with teachers, and video content developed with 11 to 16-year-olds.
Health - Mental
A to Z - Handy guide to all things Mental Health from the Mental Health Foundation
CAHMS Resources - A site created for young people, carers and professionals to pool together lots of helpful resources from across the internet that are available to help support mental health and well-being.
Child Mental Health - NSPCC Learning
Childrens Mental Health week, February 2020. Activities to help children 'Find Your Brave'
Every Mind Matters - Download or order resources, such as leaflets, posters, guides and resource packs for all Public Health campaigns.
Free Tools and Resources - Mental Health
Mental Health - Advice for Parents and Teachers of secondary age children
Mental Health Foundation - Resouces and Publications
Mentally Healthy Schools brings together quality-assured information, advice and resources to help primary schools
Mental Health & Wellbeing - Supporting in secondary schools
Mental Health & Wellbeing - A resource for teachers and practitioners to improve children's and young people’s understanding of their wellbeing
Mind A-Z Mental Health - a list of mental health topics to help you understand
MindEd - free educational resource on children and young people's mental health. Good to give to parents
Young Minds - free resources around children and young people’s mental health
CEOP - Child Protection and On-Line Command
Childnet - a list of resources that parents & children can use to explore online safety in a fun, engaging and educational way.
Digizen - for educators, parents, carers, and young people, strengthens understanding of digital citizenship, shares advice and resources on issues such as social networking and cyberbullying
Guide to the social media sites used by children & young people
Internet Safety - UK Safer Internet Centre
NSPCC On Line Safety Resources for Schools and Organisations
When should you go to the police to report Illegal content. If you’re unsure, 'Report Harmful Content' has created this useful guide
The following websites can also help.
Safer School - Storybook, worksheets, Home Learning Hub
'Think U Know' - Resource Library for children, young people, parents and schools covering, blackmail, image sharing and much more
Free Tools and Resources - Parenting
'Parenting Reminders' - a range of useful Fridge Posters to stick on the fridge door
Positive Parenting – A Need to Know Guide for parents from the NSPCC
Activities and Toys - to support caregiver–child interaction in the early years
Home-Schooling Advice Helpline for parents, general tips on behaviour and mental health as well as specific advice on tricky academic questions. Calls to the helpline use a local rate number, 0330 3139162, from anywhere in the UK.
Alcohol - A booklet to help children talk about their parents drinking
A-Z of Drugs - Talk to 'Frank'
Free Tools & Resources - Alcohol
Free Tools and Resources - Drugs
National Association for Children of Alcoholics - Help & Advice
Support for Parents who use Alcohol- for couples who want to drink less alcohol and get on better with each other
What to do in an Emergency - Advice from Frank
EIF (Early Intervention Foundation) Guidebook - information about early intervention programmes that improve outcomes for children and young people
How to have difficult conversations with children - NSPCC Learning
Media Smart - Free teaching resources and parent guides on subjects like social media, body image and influencer market.
Solution Focused Practise Toolkit - NSPCC Resources
Teachers Guide. Free worksheets, Smartboard Templates, and Lesson Plans for Teachers
Tools and resources across a range of issues
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