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Safeguarding young apprentices: your future business stars

Type: Blog

Welcoming new, young apprentices to a business requires thinking about their needs as young people and not just work colleagues.

Feb 15 2024

School safeguarding shorts: monthly webinars for the education sector

Type: Event

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.

Feb 08 2024

Helping teachers meet their safeguarding responsibilities

Type: Blog

What is a teacher's responsibility in safeguarding? Find out more about the role and what training you need to help keep children and young people safe in your school.

Feb 08 2024

Why language matters: why we should avoid the term ‘victim’ when talking about children who have experienced abuse

Type: Why language matters blog

The term 'victim' comes with implications and assumptions that can affect the way we perceive and safeguard children, and the way children perceive themselves.

Jan 26 2024

Online harms: protecting children and young people

Type: Blog

Being exposed to harmful content online can be damaging to children's wellbeing. But what exactly are online harms and what can we do to protect children? 

Jan 05 2024

Why language matters: why we shouldn’t talk about the ‘risky behaviour’ of young people experiencing abuse

Type: Why language matters blog

A professional focus on risk-taking behaviour can imply that the young person has a level of responsibility for abuse and exploitation – when in fact abuse is never a young person’s fault.

Nov 24 2023

The Online Safety Act: what it means for children and professionals

Type: Blog

What does the Online Safety Act mean for children and professionals? Rani Govender, Senior Policy and Public Affairs Officer summarises in this blog article.

Nov 14 2023

Podcast: Supporting new parents through adversity

Type: Podcast

Listen to a panel of experts from the NSPCC talk about how social workers can build and maintain an evidence base to support their work.

Nov 13 2023