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Safeguarding Advice

1. NSPCC Abuse in Education helpline

The NSPCC have launched a dedicated helpline to provide appropriate support and advice for children and young people who have experienced sexual harassment
or abuse at school.

Young people who wish to contact the NSPCC helpline, Report Abuse in Education should ring 0800 136 663 or email help@nspcc.org.uk

2.  Blocking out online sexual abuse

Every day girls are contacted online by adults who try to manipulate or groom and sexually exploit them. Girls, just like you and your friends. Click on the link below to help you and all the girls you care about to learn more and stay safe

https://gurlsoutloud.com/

Our Mission What’s Grooming? Spot the signs What to do Need Support? Our Mission What’s Grooming? Spot the signs What to do Need Support? Blocking out online sexual abuse Everyday girls are contacted online by adults who try to manipulate or groom and sexually exploit them. Girls, just like you and your friends. 

 

 
3. Kooth

Whether you are looking for advice or simply aren’t feeling your best, Kooth offers a range of features and tools to support you. Follow the link HERE to sign up.

What's on Kooth in January2022?

The upcoming Live Forums on Kooth for young people to access during January are as follows:-

Live forums can be found in the discussion boards and go online at 7.30pm on the evening they are planned. 

 

  • Friday 7th January – Goal Setting - How to go about it?
  • Monday 10th January – Houseplant Week: Growth Through Growing

  • Wednesday 19th January – Celebrating our Civil Right

  • Monday 24th January – Brew Monday - Tips for Feeling Down


New Podcast Alert:

Friday 14th January - What To Do When Things Feel A Little Unsafe

Click HERE to access all our free podcast episodes on Spotify.