Download our free Talk PANTS resources, teaching children the Underwear Rule to help keep them safe from abuse.
with the PSHE Association to help schools and nurseries talk PANTS with children, without ever using scary words or even mentioning sex.
The Quality Mark is awarded exclusively to resources that meet the PSHE Association’s best practice principles for safe and effective PSHE education.
You will also find resources for children with SEND, early years settings, working with diverse groups and links to the relevant curriculum areas in each of the four nations.
How to use our resources when teaching children about PANTS. This includes information about safeguarding, creating a safe learning environment, curriculum links, further support, and a template letter to parents and carers.
Age-appropriate Talk PANTS learning plans for children in childcare settings and reception or foundation stage.
Age-appropriate lesson plans, slides, and resources to teach primary school children about PANTS and help keep them safe.
Lesson plan, slides, and resources for children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) aged 4-11 to help them understand Talk PANTS. The lesson is tailored for use with children who have SEND, moderate learning difficulties, additional learning needs and/or autism.
Easy-to-use display board materials and poster to help you create a Talk PANTS display.
Our new, extended Talk PANTS teaching resources are now fully available in Welsh.
We've partnered with Penguin and Ladybird to create a roarsome Pantosaurus storybook for children aged 4-8 years old.
Pantosaurus and the Power of PANTS! is available to buy from the NSPCC online shop and online and in-store from Matalan and Blakemore.
All profits from the sale of the book support our vital work in preventing abuse and protecting children.
We want every parent or carer to be able to talk PANTS with their child. So we've produced a range of leaflets and resources to help those with additional needs have simple conversations to help keep children safe from sexual abuse.
Recorded with British Sign Language and subtitles, this video aims to teach d/Deaf children about the PANTS rules and encourages them to share secrets that upset them with a trusted adult.
Our simple guides will help parents and carers teach their children the PANTS rules:
Across the UK, schools have used our teaching resources with their pupils. And thousands of parents have talked PANTS with their children.
But we want to help every family have this important conversation. That's why we partner with organisations to help them talk PANTS in their community.
Whether holding workshops with professionals, webinars with parents or developing materials specific to your area, we'll work with you to help get everyone talking PANTS.
The Underwear Rule supports teaching in each of the four nations - see below for links specific to your curriculum.
The Underwear Rule supports the statutory framework for the Early Years foundation stage.
There is no statutory framework for PSHE at Key Stage 1, but the National Curriculum framework states that schools need to make provision for the subject.
Personal Development and Mutual Understanding is one of the statutory elements of the curriculum in Northern Ireland. This is organised into different themes, one of which is 'Safety'. Pupils should be enabled to explore strategies and skills for how to keep safe in familiar and unfamiliar environments.
Foundation Stage: Theme 4a Safety – Strand One: Personal Understanding and Health
Health and Wellbeing is part of the Curriculum for Excellence (CfE) in Scotland. CfE is a framework and its implementation is decided by local authorities and/or individual schools.
Health and Emotional Wellbeing is a feature of Personal and Social Education at Key Stage 2. PSE is part of the basic curriculum in Wales for 7-16 year olds.
We've put together some lists that you can read with your class to tie in with your Talk PANTS lessons, or when talking about other sensitive topics. You'll find them in the NPSCC Library:
Explore our full range of training, lesson plans, guidance and resources for schools and colleges to help keep your pupils safe.
Browse our range of safeguarding and child protection training courses for schools and colleges and ensure your school or college is safe for children and young people.
Guidance on how to prepare for having difficult conversations with children and young people and what you need to keep in mind when discussing sensitive topics.