News from NSPCC Learning


Working together with organisations to protect children and prevent abuse

Type: Blog

The NSPCC child protection consultancy team discuss how they work collaboratively with and provide support to organisations to help them keep children safe. 

Apr 17 2019

How do teachers learn to prevent abuse?

Type: Blog

Teachers need professional development that supports them in delivering sensitive subjects. In our latest blog, Aisling McElearney discusses NSPCC's research into what works.

Apr 10 2019

Online Harms White Paper launched

Type: News

The government has published its plans for keeping UK users safe online, especially children and other vulnerable groups.

Apr 09 2019

Podcast: Child Trafficking Advice Centre

Type: Podcast

Our Child Trafficking Advice Centre (CTAC) team talks about our specialist service to professionals concerned that a child may be a victim of trafficking. 

Apr 08 2019

Is this "normal"? Understanding children's sexual behaviours

Type: Blog

How can we support teachers in assessing and managing children displaying problematic or harmful sexual behaviour in schools? 

Apr 03 2019

Equipping teachers to better respond to disclosures of abuse and neglect

Type: Blog

How can we equip professionals to better notice, listen, hear and support a child when they disclose abuse or neglect? Helen Baker and Pam Miller explore the issues.

Apr 02 2019

Putting safeguarding at the heart of relationships and sex education

Type: Blog

Teaching about healthy relationships is essential to safeguarding children but it can be a sensitive topic. Kay Joel and Craig Keady explore the issues.

Apr 02 2019

Helping school governors keep children safe

Type: Blog

How can governors feel confident in challenging schools on safeguarding matters? Ali Brown shares her own experiences to help school governors keep children safe.

Apr 02 2019

Taking "online" out of online safety

Type: Blog

Keeping children safe online is just about keeping children safe. And that's something teachers are already highly skilled at, says NSPCC's Laura Randall. 

Apr 02 2019

Thinking creatively to safeguard d/Deaf and disabled children and young people

Type: Blog

We need to find more creative ways to empower and support d/Deaf and disabled children and young people, so we can better protect them and prevent abuse.

Apr 02 2019