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A list of organisations and links

From Safeguarding Briefing - resources on Domestic Abuse.

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Bright Sky Android   Bright Sky iphone

Bright Sky is free to download mobile app providing support and information for anyone who may be in an abusive relationship or those concerned about someone they know.

 Bright sky

Let's Talk

Let's Talk have some good resources to encourage children to talk about their experiences and feelings, including a book of creative ideas.

Lets talk website

Let's Talk Workbook

Lets talk

Resources - NSPCC Learning

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Children and Young People’s Mental Health - Videos

NSPCC Learning has launched three videos on children and young people’s mental health looking at: how mental health can become a safeguarding concern; the impact of abuse and neglect; and ways professionals can support children and young people who are experiencing issues with their mental health.

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Protecting children from bullying and cyberbullying

Describes what bullying and cyberbullying is, how it affects children and how people working with children can respond to it.

 

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Protecting children from county lines.

Outlines what county lines are and the risks to children and young people you need to be aware of. Includes guidance on recognising, responding to and protecting children from county lines.

 

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Protecting children from domestic abuse.

This link offers information on impact, recognising, responding and prevention. 

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Protecting children from emotional abuse.

Explains what emotional abuse is, how to recognise it and how people who work with children can respond to it.

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Protecting children from female genital mutilation (FGM)

Explains what female genital mutilation is, how to recognise it and how people who work with children can respond to it.

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Protecting children from harmful sexual behaviour.

Explains what harmful sexual behaviour is, how to recognise it and how people who work with children can respond to it

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Protecting children from physical abuse.

Explains what physical abuse is, how to recognise it and how people working with children can respond to it.

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Protecting children from neglect

Explains what child neglect is, how to recognise it and how people who work with children can respond to it.

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Protecting children from online abuse

Explains what online abuse is, how to recognise it and how people who work with children can respond to it.

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Sexting: advice for professionals

Advice about the dangers of sexting and what to do to help a young person who has received or sent an explicit image, video or message.

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Recognising and responding to abuse

Explains what disclosure is, how people who work with children should react to disclosures of abuse, how information should be recorded and how to report concerns.

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Why and How to Promote Children’s Mental Health and Wellbeing.

Provides tips, information and resources to help you promote children and young people’s mental health throughout their childhood.

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