Online Safety

Staying safe on Facebook and some of the myriad safety settings you need to keep in place to ensure privacy:

Protect yourself on Facebook

Child Internet Safety Spring 2015


Report Abuse – CEOP

How porn is damaging our children

NSPCC Net aware

NSPCC – Preventing abuse

Discussing online safety with your child

Childnet International Hot Topics


CEOP Resources on Nude Selfies. These are new resources for parents to support you in having conversations with their children about the sharing of pictures online.

Film One: Understanding Why

Film Two: Talking to your child

Film Three: When should I be worried?

Film Four: How to get help


Positive Mental Health Resources



YoungMinds is the UK’s leading charity committed to improving emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people.

The Little Blue Book of Sunshine –

A free resource for all year 9- 13 pupils to help them cope with stress, emotional health and mental health issues

Anna Freud – National Centre for Children and Families

Supporting friends with their mental health

Youth Wellbeing Directory

Jargon Buster


Receiving Support


Depression and Anxiety

Charlie Walker Memorial Trust –

Our vision is of a world where people understand and talk openly about depression, where young people know how to maintain wellbeing, and where the most appropriate treatment is available to everyone who needs it


Depression Alliance provides information and support to people with depression and their carers, also details of local self help groups. Tel: 0845 123 2320

National mental health charity, which offers an excellent range of materials on all aspects of depression. It also lists details of local Mind Association. Info line: 0300 123 3393

The British Psychological

British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive

British Association for Counselling and

The phrase ‘how are you? –

A short video exploring this question

Music – Using music as a coping strategy for mental health

Short Film –  Anxiety

6 ways to make life more manageable

Short FilmExams stress

Ideas for reducing the impact of exam stress


Suicide & Psychosis


This organisation provides support and advice for people with manic depression, their families and carers. Tel: 0207 931 6480 or 0333 323 3880

Early Psychosis Prevention and Intervention

Website for people with first episode psychosis with comprehensive downloadable information sheets for young people and families.


Peer support for young people to hear, see & sense things that others don’t.

ReThink –

They provide expert, accredited advice and information to everyone affected by mental health problems.

Life after my husband’s suicide – Sue Henderson –

In her book, Sue draws on 25 years as a social worker, 15 years as a parent widowed by suicide and research into bereavement to create a book that is part memoir, part guide.

Resource – How to support someone bereaved by suicide


Self-harm and eating disorders

Eating Disorders video

I think my child has an eating disorder – what should I say?

No Harm Done

Short films and digital resource packs on self-harm.

Stopping self-harming

This video is aimed at anyone who is currently struggling with self-harm and is keen to find healthier ways to manage

Understanding Self Harm

This booklet is for anyone who self-harms, and their friends and family. It explains what self-harm is, the reasons for it and how to go about making changes..

Self-harm videos and info sheets for professionals, parents and pupils
You are welcome to use these resources developed in partnership with Young Minds and the Royal College of Psychiatrists in any way you see fit.


Support Children through Family Breakups

Separation, divorce and contact

Supporting your child through your separation

Help with separation and divorce




ANTI-BULLYING (Useful resources)

Mobile Phones – Effects on Children

Bullying – Advice for Parents

Laws about Online Behaviour


Child Sexual Abuse


Parents Protect – Together we can prevent child sexual abuse

NSPCC – What is child sexual exploitation

NSPCC – Children and young people with harmful sexual behaviours

Pace – Parents against child exploitation

FGM Aware – Resources and information to help tackle FGM