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Think u Know

Think u know is a website that gives information on popular sites, mobiles and new technology. Find out what's good, what's not and what you can do about it.  All the information is provided by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre. The website…

Kidscape

Kidscape is a national charity committed to providing information on equipping vulnerable children with practical non-threatening knowledge and skills in how to keep themselves safe and reduce the likelihood of future harm.  This service is for individuals and organisations. The charity dedicates…

National Association Of Child Contact Centres

This is a national charity that supports child contact centres throughout Great Britain. They promote safe child contact within a national framework of child contact centres. For families who need a neutral place for children to meet the mother or father who…

Match - Mothers Apart from their Children

MATCH - mothers apart from their children is a charity that offers non-judgemental support and information to mothers apart from their children in a wide variety of circumstances. Members include those who are sharing parenting and those who have little or no contact. Are you a mother…

Childrens Society – What to do if your child goes missing

The Childrens Society is a UK based organisation that assists street children, disabled children, young  refugees, and children in trouble with the law. What to do if your child goes missing offers practical advice for parents and carers. The…

NSPCC - Keeping children safe online

The keeping children safe online section of NSPCC's website helps people to think about how to keep children safe whilst using social network sites, apps and games. The website helps mums, dads and carers think about how safe are they keeping their child whilst online.…

Deaf Parenting UK

Deaf Parenting is a charity which provides a central resource for parents and professionals working with deaf parents and children. The Deaf Parenting website is a central resources of information for deaf parents and professionals working with deaf parents. The aims of Deaf Parenting UK…

Parents as Partners

The programme is aimed at parents who would like to improve their relationship with each other for the benefit of their children.  The programme is free and open to any parents with at least one child under the age of…

Parental Substance Misuse Worker

The Parental Substance Misuse Worker (PSMW) works directly with parents to support them to make changes to their drug and/or alcohol use. As part of the work, the PSMW will arrange to meet with the parent for a 1:1 session to talk about…

Gangs - NSPCC

Gangs – NSPCC a support service available by NSPCC that helps parents look out for signs to may indicate their children have joined a gang. The helpline offers advice and support to parents. These are not any definite signs but there…