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Who are the NSPCC?

The NSPCC believe that every childhood is worth fighting for.

They are the UK’s leading children's charity fighting to end child abuse, They help children rebuild their lives, and find ways to prevent abuse from ruining any more. So, when a child needs a helping hand, the NSPCC are always there. When parents are finding it tough, the NSPCC are there to support and help them. When laws need to change, or governments need to do more, the NSPCC won’t give up until things improve.

To find out more, visit NSPCC The UK children's charity

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Support for Parents

Parenting can be incredibly rewarding, but it can also be challenging. The NSPCC have parenting tips for all stages of your child's life, as well as advice on how to deal with difficult situations. Below is a list of the parenting tips topics with the link if you wish to find out more:

NSPCC Services

NSPCC services help children who’ve been abused, protect children at risk and find the best ways to prevent child abuse from ever happening.

As part of their fight for every childhood, the NSPCC work directly with children and families in their service centres across the UK and Channel Islands and give support to thousands of adults and young people in need through the NSPCC helpline and Childline.

NSPCC projects, such as Together for Childhood, help children who’ve experienced abuse, support parents, and work to transform the way communities come together to prevent child cruelty.

Our services supporting children and families

Children's Services Children's services | NSPCC
Local Service Centres Local service centres | NSPCC
NSPCC Helpline NSPCC helpline | NSPCC
Childline Childline | NSPCC
Together for Childhood Together for Childhood | NSPCC


For further information and NSPCC publications relating to PANTS, please visit Talk PANTS & Join Pantosaurus - The Underwear Rule | NSPCC