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2210, 2020

Rule 34: when fan art becomes dangerous

The internet is no stranger to harmful or disturbing content. Earlier this week, our safeguarding network was alerted to several young people mentioning ‘Rule 34’ as a potential source of information regarding sex. But what is the so-called Rule

1510, 2020

Have you heard of these ‘Friend-Finding’ Apps?

The pandemic continues to impact how children and young people use online spaces. Now more than ever, it is essential to understand new and emerging apps, games and platforms that can present online risks to children.    We are particularly concerned about the surge in the use of ‘friend-finding’ Apps, as

710, 2020

Emotions Journal Printable

Building emotional resilience in young people is essential for their development. The UK is facing a mental health crisis among its young people, with leading youth mental health charity Young Minds reporting that 1 in 6 young people have

1409, 2020

Handling Harmful Content

Just like the real world, there are spaces, people, and places online which can be frightening or distressing for young people. Parents and policymakers have expressed concern at the sheer amount of inappropriate material that is freely accessible online,

1009, 2020

Talking to Young People About Suicide

If a young person in your care has an active suicide plan you should present with them to your nearest A&E for immediate support. According to Time to Change around 20% of people will experience suicidal feelings in

809, 2020

⚠️ Safeguarding ALERT ⚠️ – Viral TikTok Video

A recent video originating on Facebook Live depicting a man dying by suicide has made its way across popular social media platforms. We’re bringing you key facts and advice on how you can respond. When viral events happen information can

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