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Safeguarding guidance for schools and colleges
Explore our range of training, lesson plans, guidance and resources for schools and colleges to help protect and keep the pupils you work with safe.
Challenges young people are facing around sexuality and gender identity
This Helplines insight briefing uses insights from Childline counselling sessions and NSPCC Helpline contacts to highlight the challenges young people face in relation to their sexuality or gender identity.
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Embedding children’s services practitioners in primary schools
Read our evaluation of an initiative with primary schools in the Together for Childhood site in Grimsby aiming to prevent abuse and neglect in families facing adversity.
Take our highly recommended training courses to improve your understanding of safeguarding and child protection.
Preventing non-accidental head injury training
If you work with babies and their parents and carers, this course will help you to understand what NAHI is, identify risk factors within families, and put support in place to help parents and carers keep their baby safe.
£25 per person
Safeguarding 16-25 year olds training
Our online course will help you to understand your safeguarding responsibilities and learn how to act appropriately and confidently to protect the young people and young adults you work with.
£35 per person
Anti-racism training course
Learn how to apply anti-racist and anti-discriminatory practice and strength-based approaches in safeguarding and child protection.
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School safeguarding shorts: monthly webinars for the education sector
A chance to hear from the NSPCC’s experts on safeguarding in education. Our webinars will help you keep up to date with all the latest safeguarding issues and best practice in schools and colleges.
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Why language matters: the term ‘paedophile’ can be problematic
This Why language matters blog explores the term 'paedophile' and why it should be used with caution.
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Recommendations for Change: an NSPCC Learning Podcast series about IICSA
A five-part podcast series exploring the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) final recommendations. The series breaks down why the recommendations are needed, how they’ll work if implemented, and what impact they might have on the prevention of child sexual abuse.
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