keeping children safe from sexual harm

Please see below for links to websites which can help support parents in being aware of sexual abuse.

This is a really useful organisation that supports parents in being aware of sexual abuse and sexual exploitation with videos about what they are and how to build a protective and safe environment around children in the family home to prevent these things from happening.

Stop it now is a confidential helpline to talk to someone about sexual abuse and sexual harm, with advice for victims, people that are concerned about other people and those that feel a need to undertake sexual harm or abuse.

PANTS and Pantosaurus are the NSPCC resources that staff in school use with children who need to understand more about appropriate boundaries, keeping themselves safe and sexual harassment and harm. They are age appropriate.

A link to a list of storybooks that teach children at an age appropriate level about keeping themselves safe and what to do if they are aware they are being sexually abused. These resources are also used within the school PSHE Curriculum at an age appropriate level to support children’s personal safety.