News from NSPCC Learning


Podcast: intersectionality in social work practice

Type: Podcast

Hear Jahnine Davis and Nick Marsh, founders of Listen Up and Ineke Houtenbos, a senior consultant at the NSPCC, discuss intersectionality and its application within safeguarding practice.

Aug 23 2021

Podcast: why domestic abuse is a child protection issue

Type: Podcast

After a hiatus, we are back with a new episode on the complexity of domestic abuse and explore the dynamics of domestic abuse, the effects it can have on children and how you can improve your practice.

Jul 26 2021

Podcast: building children and young people's digital resilience

Type: Podcast

Learn about creating safer online experiences for children and young people, building their digital resilience and encouraging positive behaviour online.

Feb 22 2021

Podcast: how can volunteers support vulnerable families?

Type: Podcast

We explore the services volunteers provide to vulnerable families as well as what current research evidence says about involving volunteers in service delivery and the impact of this.

Jan 25 2021

Podcast: what have we learnt during COVID-19?

Type: Podcast

In this episode, we reflect on 2020 with our CEO, Peter Wanless, focusing on how the NSPCC has adapted to support children, young people and families during COVID-19.

Dec 14 2020

Podcast: providing perinatal education during COVID-19 through Baby Steps

Type: Podcast

We’ve released two episodes on how the NSPCC and its delivery partners have supported parents through our Baby Steps service and the insight we’ve gathered about our perinatal education programme.

Nov 30 2020

Podcast: going virtual with Speak out Stay safe

Type: Podcast

Learn about how and why we’ve adapted the way we’re delivering the Speak out Stay safe programme and what this might mean for your school.

Oct 19 2020

Podcast: helping children recover from domestic abuse

Type: Podcast

This episode explores the impact of domestic abuse on children, how we’ve widened our reach to support more children and families and what it’s like to be a practitioner on the frontline.

Sep 28 2020

Podcast: safeguarding advice for tutors

Type: Podcast

Join us in our discussion with members from The Tutors’ Association about the role tutors have in safeguarding and protecting children and young people.

Aug 24 2020

Podcast: how Childline has been supporting children during COVID-19

Type: Podcast

What’s been going on at Childline in the past few months? Listen to our two Childline workers discuss what children and young people have been telling them and how they’ve been supported.

Jul 27 2020