News from NSPCC Learning


Undertaking remote teaching safely

Type: News

With schools across the UK closing due to coronavirus, this information will help schools understand the safeguarding considerations for remote teaching.

Apr 21 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

NSPCC Learning review of 2019

Type: News

A look back at some of the work we did in 2019 to inform, educate and, most importantly, support you in keeping children safe.

Jan 01 2020

Research proposals about Childline

Type: News

The NSPCC is seeking proposals for research about our Childline service.

Nov 08 2019

Libraries Week 2019: the digital world

Type: News

Find out what digital services the NSPCC Library offers to professionals who are working with children and families.

Oct 09 2019

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

Type: News

We’re calling on government to #CloseTheLoophole in the law and make it illegal for all adults to engage in sexual activity with a 16-and 17-year-old in their care.

Jul 29 2019

New workshops on the science behind child brain development

Type: News

Are you interested in taking part in a workshop about sharing the science behind child brain development?

Jul 19 2019

Researchers required for an evaluation of our Safe Home service

Type: News

The NSPCC is seeking researchers to conduct an evaluation of our Safe Home service for parents and carers of children and young people involved in harmful sexual behaviour.

Jun 17 2019

Look, Say, Sing, Play launches campaign to help parents boost their child’s development

Type: News

Find out about and download our Look, Say, Sing, Play resources for professionals working with children.

Jun 07 2019