News from NSPCC Learning


Non-accidental head injuries in infants: increased risk during COVID

Type: News

Read about the increased risk of non-accidental head injuries to babies and young children and how the COVID crisis has escalated the situation.

May 10 2021

Coronavirus: 5 steps to update your safeguarding policies and procedures

Type: COVID

Take a look at the five areas you need to consider when making changes or updating your safeguarding policies and procedures during coronavirus (COVID-19).

May 05 2021

What we've learnt so far about 'Talk to Me': an interactive learning tool

Type: News

We collaborated with gamified simulation specialists Attensi to develop a pilot interactive learning tool called 'Talk to Me'. Learn more about what we learned from the pilot.

Apr 22 2021

Supporting children and young people’s mental health

Type: COVID

Access resources to help you support children and young people's mental health during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Apr 20 2021

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.

Apr 20 2021

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.

Apr 20 2021

Undertaking remote teaching safely

Type: COVID

Schools and other educational settings may be using a mixture of in-school and home learning. This information will help you understand the safeguarding considerations for remote teaching.

Apr 20 2021

Protecting 16-and 17-year-olds from sexual abuse

Type: News

Government to close loophole which allows sports coaches and faith leaders to engage in sexual activity with 16 and 17-year-olds in their care.

Apr 09 2021

Helpline for people who have experienced sexual abuse in education settings launched

Type: News

The NSPCC has launched a dedicated helpline for children who have experienced abuse at school, and for adults and professionals that need support and guidance.

Apr 01 2021

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 23 2021