Resources

What to do if a child discloses that they have been a victim of abuse

Guidance On Responding To A Child Disclosing Abuse

Reporting concerns about grooming and sexual abuse

 

Guides for parents

What is harmful sexual behaviour

Parents Guide to Sexual Bullying and Shaming

Parents Guide to Pornography

Parental Guidance for identifying and managing the issues created  by the grooming and sexual abuse of children under the age of sixteen

Concerned about your child?

 

Advice for parents about online pornography

Advice page, informing parents about the risks of online pornography and giving ideas about how to start conversations with their children

Tips on how to talk to your child about pornography

 

Advice for parents about online abuse

Signposting parents to support, including the NSPCC Helpline, the police, NSPCC resources and books

Giving parents tips on keeping their children safe, including conversation starters, parental controls, and information about the signs of grooming 

Protecting your child from abuse online

 

Guidance for parents about staying safe online

Guidance for parents about what children do online, what the risks are, parental controls and how to have conversations

Tips for parents to help make conversations about online safety easier and more effective

Practical ways for parents to keep their children safe, including having conversations, applying privacy settings and parental controls

Tips on what parents should talk to their primary school children about and what information is good to know

Tips on what parents should talk to their children under five about and what information is good to know

Tips on what parents should talk to their teenage children about and what information is good to know

What is cyberbullying and how to stop it

 

Sexting

Nude Selfies: What Parents and Carers need to know

 

What to do if a child goes missing

What to do when a child goes missing: A guide for those working in education and youth work

What to do if your child goes missing: Practical advice for parents and carers

 

Raise awareness, knowledge and skills in parents and carers to protect children against Child Sexual Abuse

Protecting children from harm

Families and Communities Against CSE

Parents protect

 

If you are worried about the mental health or emotional wellbeing of a child or young person

My Mind Matters