News from NSPCC Learning


Information sharing and homelessness duty in key updates to England's safeguarding guidance

Type: News

The Department for Education have made updates to England's statutory guidance for anyone working with children.

Dec 31 2020

NSPCC Learning review of 2020

Type: News

A look back at some of the resources, research and training we’ve produced to support you in your work with children and young people.

Dec 18 2020

Ofsted publishes new briefing series on COVID-19 interim visits

Type: News

Find out more about Ofsted's series of briefings summarising their interim visits to social care providers and education settings in 2020.

Dec 16 2020

Learn to navigate difficult conversations with children about abuse with ‘Talk to Me’

Type: News

We've collaborated with Attensi on a new immersive learning tool to help adults build the knowledge and confidence they need to talk children about difficult topics.

Dec 07 2020

What you need to know about the Department for Education’s new guidance for out-of-school settings (OOSS)

Type: News

We provide a summary of what the Department for Education’s (DfE) new guidance for out-of-school settings (OOSS) providers in England covers, including some of the key messages from the guidance.

Nov 02 2020

Celebrating 20 years of CASPAR

Type: News

Keeping professionals up to date with child protection and safeguarding knowledge and information throughout two decades of change in government and guidance. Sign up for our weekly email alert.

Oct 05 2020

Making neuroscience more accessible: childhood trauma, the brain and mental health

Type: News

Read about UCL’s latest study – funded by the NSPCC and ESRC - into how childhood experiences of abuse and neglect can affect brain development.

Sep 17 2020

UK Government publishes three new reports about learning from case reviews in England

Type: News

Three new reports focused on learning from case reviews in England have been made available through the UK Government website.

Mar 16 2020

NSPCC’s Pat Branigan granted Churchill Fellowship to combat child sexual abuse

Type: News

As part of his fellowship, Pat will be visiting the USA to explore public health approaches to combating child sexual abuse, with the aim of using his findings to develop a new public health framework for all CSA cases in the UK.

Mar 06 2020