Keep children safe in sport

Keep children safe in sport

Together we can help our young people play sport and stay safe.

Making sport accessible for all

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October is ADHD Awareness Month. This year's theme is 'knowing is better: ADHD across the life span.' The aim of the campaign is to promote the awareness of ADHD.

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Successful Parents in Sport Week

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Parents in Sport Week, co-ordinated by the CPSU, took place 2 – 8 October 2017 and saw hundreds of sports organisations sign-up to show their support.

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Childline annual review 2016/17: Not alone anymore

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NSPCC Childline service provides a safe and confidential space to talk, be listened to and support for children and young people. In 2016/17 Childline provided more than 295,000 counselling sessions.

This annual review explores what children and young people are telling Childline during counselling sessions. It looks at who contacts Childline, why, when and how.

The Review focuses on 3 key areas:

  • anxiety
  • suicidal thoughts and feelings
  • what children who are deaf, disabled or have a health condition are talking to Childline about.

Download Childline annual review