Useful Links

Tackle Child Abuse

Dear colleagues,

You may be aware of information published by the DfE regarding the ‘Tackle Child Abuse’ campaign. It revisits the key message that safeguarding is everybody’s responsibility. The campaign is regularly being aired on local radio stations.

We’d encourage schools to include the link on their website and display it alongside any other information for parents and carers as well as for staff.


Thank you for your continued support.

Safeguarding and Child protection

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Liverpool Safeguarding Children Board (LSCB)


Keeping Children Safe

Information for parents to view in regard to children growing up and keeping safe.

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We’re the leading children’s charity fighting to end child abuse in the UK and Channel Islands. Join us in the fight for every childhood.

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Real Love Rocks is a Healthy Relationships and Child Sexual Exploitation team based within the children’s charity – Barnardo’s. We are all about supporting and equipping Young People, Parents, and Professionals to have the confidence and information to chat and raise awareness about child sexual exploitation, healthy relationships and staying safe


Autism Adventures

Autism Adventures is a local organisation run by Julie Simpson which offers support and activities for children with autism and their families. More and more organisations are becoming autism friendly in Liverpool and details of this are on the website.

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Autism Adventures UK Ltd

Liverpool Autism Adventures community business enterprise that offers families living with Autism with a wide range of events, campaigns leisure…


Online Safety

For expert information to help children and young people stay safe online please click on the link below:

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New free service for schools! Expert information to help children and young people stay safe online…

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A guide to internet safety

Reporting an online child protection concern:


Extremism and Radicalisation

The educate against hate website gives parents, teachers and school leaders practical advice on protecting children from extremism and radicalisation. Please click on the link below to access the website.

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Educate Against Hate – Educate Against Hate

Messages of hate can take many forms. Extremist groups use them to recruit young people. Here you will…


Other Support

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Liverpool Early Help Directory

Click on a button below or use the search box to find information about services and events for parents/carers, young…

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Free school meals – Liverpool City Council

Liverpool Free School Meals

There are two free school meal schemes – universal infant free school meals and income related free school meals. Universal infant free…

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The National Autistic Society | – NAS

We are the leading UK charity for people with autism (including Asperger syndrome) and their families. We…

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Young Minds UK

We’re the UK’s leading charity committed to improving the wellbeing and mental health of children and young people.

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Cheshire Autism Practical Support

Helping families who have a member who they think may have an Autism Spectrum Condition, this site can give you information and support.

The Attention Card confirms ‘The person you have with you will have a medical diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Condition’. They should be treated as a vulnerable person and PACE 1984 guidelines should be followed.

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