News from NSPCC Learning

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

Responding to low-level concerns about adults working in education

Type: News

How schools and colleges should respond to low-level concerns in education including resources to support you.

Oct 26 2021

Learning Disability Week 2021

Type: News

It’s Learning Disability Week from 14-20 June 2021! We’ve pulled together resources and training to help you protecting children and young people with special educational needs and additional needs.

Jun 07 2021

Report Abuse in Education helpline resources launched

Type: News

Resources to share details of the Report Abuse in Schools helpline with your school community are now available.

May 25 2021

Four new reports published about child safeguarding reviews and multi-agency arrangements in England

Type: News

Get information on what new reports have been published around child safeguarding reviews and multi-agency arrangements in England.

May 24 2021

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

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

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

How Safe 2021 conference - here's what you missed

Type: News

Read the highlights of the NSPCC's safeguarding conference How Safe 2021, which brought together safeguarding professionals from a range of different sectors for two days of inspirational and informative talks.

Mar 08 2021