News from NSPCC Learning


How Safe 2022 conference

Type: Event

Missed out on the How Safe conference? On-demand tickets will be available from 13 May until 6 June.

May 13 2022

How Safe 2022 conference - here's what you missed

Type: News

Read the highlights of the NSPCC's safeguarding conference How Safe 2022, which brought together safeguarding professionals from a range of different sectors for two days of inspirational and informative talks.

May 13 2022

Working virtually to support children and families

Type: COVID

We've taken findings from our roundtable in Wales and a range of other evidence to develop best practice for you to use when undertaking child protection work virtually, including some of the benefits and challenges you need to consider.

Mar 16 2022

Podcast: understanding denial in children displaying harmful sexual behaviour

Type: Podcast

This episode provides insight into what denial might look like and how you can help children and young people open up using trauma-informed approaches and exercises.

Feb 28 2022

Podcast: NSPCC Helpline’s Domestic Abuse Practice Advisors

Type: Podcast

Learn how the NSPCC Helpline’s new Domestic Abuse Practice Advisors support children and families experiencing domestic abuse in this NSPCC Learning podcast episode.

Jan 31 2022

Safeguarding during coronavirus: school governors and trustees

Type: COVID

What school governors and trustee boards need to consider to help keep children safe during the coronavirus pandemic.

Jan 20 2022

Safeguarding during coronavirus: voluntary and community groups

Type: COVID

Information and resources to help everyone in the voluntary and community sector safeguard and protect children and young people during the coronavirus pandemic.

Jan 20 2022

Protecting children from domestic abuse during coronavirus

Type: COVID

We've pulled together some insight and resources to help anyone who works or volunteers with children to recognise and respond to domestic abuse during the coronavirus pandemic.

Jan 20 2022

Methods for assessing the mental health needs of young people who have experienced abuse and neglect

Type: News

Learn about a Queen's University Belfast study that highlights the importance of understanding and responding to the mental health needs of young people who have experienced abuse and neglect.

Jan 17 2022

Podcast: recognising and responding to child neglect

Type: Podcast

A two-part podcast series on child neglect: what it is, why it can be challenging to conduct assessments around neglect, why neglect happens and what can be done to help families when neglect takes place.

Dec 06 2021