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16th August 17

NSPCC Speak Out Stay Safe (formerly Childline Schools Service)

Now for every child in every school
AS the UK’s leading children’s charity we’re committed to making sure we’re there to help schools around the country keep their pupils safe.
Through our Schools Service we aim to empower and help children and provide you, and all teachers across the UK, with the tools to do that. Because we know that through working together the NSPCC and the whole school community can have a tremendous impact in preventing abuse and keeping children and young people safe.


First safeguarding platform and app free for 6 months as it is funded by the DfE.

Crossing the Line

Childnet 'Crossing the Line' online safety PSHE toolkit gains PSHE Association Quality Mark

Financial Education Newsletter: Free Resources, Teacher Training, Events & More

Please see newsletter for a wide range of support for teachers, practitioners and young people to make financial education as accessible as possible.

Discussing a terrorist attack with Children and young people

In light of last night’s tragic events in Manchester we wanted to highlight guidance to help you help you respond to your pupils, who may want to discuss what has happened and could be experiencing a wide range of emotions

NSPCC Schools Safeguarding Service – Summer 2017

Over the last twelve months, we have been delivering our enhanced service Speak out. Stay safe. for all primary school pupils, thereby extending our offer to include all of KS2, and also KS1 (including reception if you like) so that a generation of children have the knowledge and understanding they need to stay safe from abuse and neglect.

Refugee Week 2017 | Provide emotional support to students after recent attacks

The Manchester attack and the recent events in London have both shocked the UK. This edition looks at how teachers can provide emotional support to children and young people after an emergency with the help of our teacher briefing and Manchester attack resource.

Free #ImWithSam Resources

Free #ImWithSam Resources to tackle learning disability, hate crime and discrimination