We've produced safeguarding resources to help support your work with children, young people and their families during the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus briefing: guidance for early years providers
Provides information for early year settings on how they can best support and protect all children and young people they usually work with and answers frequently asked questions that are relevant to all four UK nations.
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The impact of COVID-19 on child welfare: sexual abuse
This insight briefing uses insight from NSPCC helpline contacts and Childline counselling sessions to highlight the impact of sexual abuse on children and young people during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Coronavirus briefing: guidance for schools
We are regularly updating our safeguarding guidance and information for schools in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Find out about changes that affect schools and how you can support children.
No More Week helps raise awareness of domestic abuse and sexual violence. Below we have some resources you can use to understand more about how this affects children and young people and how you can protect them from harm.
Protecting children from domestic abuse
Exposure to domestic abuse or violence in childhood is child abuse. Find out more about the impact this can have on a child or young person, including how to recognise, respond and prevent it from occurring.
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Sexual violence and sexual harassment in schools
A summary of the key points from DfE’s guidance on sexual violence and sexual harassment between children (anyone under the age of 18) at school and college.
Protecting children from sexual abuse
Use our information and resources to help you recognise child sexual abuse when working or volunteering with children. Includes what signs to look out for and how to respond to concerns.