Our Childline posters and wallet cards let children know that they can contact us at any time, for free, over the phone, and through our website www.childline.org.uk. Trained counsellors are ready to offer help, advice and support on any subject, big or small. Take a look at the sample posters and wallet cards and find out how to order copies for your school.
This lesson focuses on consent and aims to equip young people with the knowledge and skills to keep themselves and others safe.
Explores the messages young people receive about sexual relationships through pornography and the possible harmful effects and what to do if they are worried about their own use of porn.
We have a range of posters and wallet cards for secondary pupils and college students. They let children and young people know that they can contact us at any time, for free, over the phone, and through our website www.childline.org.uk. Trained counsellors are ready to offer help, advice and support on any subject, big or small. Take a look at the sample posters and wallet cards and find out how to order copies for your school.
This lesson focuses on how to recognise unhealthy relationships as well as how , where and when to seek help.
The NSPCC’s Underwear Rule teaching resources consist of detailed teacher's notes, a lesson plan and presentation to support teachers and practitioners to deliver the ‘stay safe’ message to children. It can be used as part of PSHE about healthy relationships and staying safe from sexual abuse. The NSPCC website also has further curriculum links and recommended books.
Explores healthy relationships and helps young people recognise healthy and unhealthy behaviours.
Explores issues around sexting to give young people the knowledge and skills to keep safe.
Encourages children to challenge the concept of gender stereotyping within relationships, and covers ways to identify, manage and respond to gender-based bullying.
Explores the nature of friendships, the benefits and opportunities that new ones bring, and the positive , safe and healthy ways to manage them.
Explores relationships in the online world and on social media, and how young people can protect themselves and their personal information.
Empowers children to explore ways to keep online relationships healthy.
Empowers children with ways to manage, resist and challenge sexual bullying.
Empowers children to identify personal values, understand how they affect relationships, and learn how to communicate them to their partners assertively.
Our Speak out Stay safe programme gives children the knowledge and understanding they need to stay safe from abuse and neglect. We teach children aged 5-11 learn this essential safeguarding information in a lively, interactive and memorable way. By the end of our visit we know pupils feel empowered and can speak out and stay safe. To find out more about the programme, and how to request a visit to your school go to: https://www.nspcc.org.uk/services-and-resources/working-with-schools/speak-out-stay-safe-service/
This guidance has been written to accompany the NSPCC’s Making Sense of Relationships programme which is offered free to schools to ensure young people aged 10-16 learn essential safeguarding information and skills in an interactive yet safe and age-appropriate way.
Find out more about more about the information, resources and training the NSPCC provides to support schools.
Empowers children to handle the challenges associated with moving from Year 6 to secondary school.