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Our Schools Service Brochure outlines everything the NSPCC Schools Service provides:


The NSPCC’s Share Aware campaign can help adults teach KS2 age children how to stay safe online, particularly focusing on the risks of sharing inappropriate messages or images online. More information, resources and videos available at shareaware


PANTS is the NSPCC’s current safety campaign for younger children. It uses a fun and catchy song to introduce children to ‘the underwear rule’ – that the parts of the body covered by underwear are private. Guides to PANTS are available to download for children, parents and foster carers. The parents’ guide is available in several languages and there are also guides for people with autism and learning difficulties. Resources, the video and an online quiz are available at nspcc pants

PANTS lesson plans and resources -


The NSPCC provides information, advice and training on child protection and safeguarding for school staff. More details are available here – for lesson plans click here


NSPCC helplines

The NSPCC has a dedicated helpline for adults. This can be used by parents, family members, carers or professionals who would like guidance on any aspect of caring for a child. It can also be used to report a concern about a child. The number is 0808 800 5000. More information available here


Childline – 0800 1111

Dedicated FGM helpline – 0800 028 3550

Abuse in football helpline - 0800 023 2642

Whistleblowing advice line - 0800 028 0285


Radicalisation helpline – 0800 800 5000

Rachel Patchett

NSPCC Schools Service Gloucestershire and South Gloucestershire Area coordinator

Tel: 07920 041945




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