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When parents are being abused by their child: a guide to...

Michelle John discusses the unacknowledged issues surrounding child to parent abuse, and how schools can help. More and more parents are reaching out to their child’s...

Agencies are failing to prevent child abuse

The sexual abuse of children by family members is not being prevented or effectively tackled because local agencies are not able to keep them...

Overcoming adversity

Lynn Miles looks at what schools can do to support pupils affected by adverse childhood experiences

Teach and protect

Keir McDonald looks at the role of school staff in safeguarding children with SEN

Child sex abuse victims “suffer in silence”

Urgent action is needed to improve the prevention and early identification of child sex abuse and the support provided for victims, says the Children's...

Keeping kids safe

Ann Marie Christian explains how to spot the signs of abuse and what to do if you are concerned about a child

Special protection

Andrew Hall looks at how schools can guard against the abuse of some of our most vulnerable children

Schools have key role in safeguarding

Primary schools should play a greater role in safeguarding vulnerable children, says the Children’s Commissioner Maggie Atkinson. Against the backdrop of cuts to services...

How to spot the signs of abuse

What are the indicators of abuse, how should we respond and how can we ensure that children will seek help? David Miller and Yasmin Kovic investigate

Book Reviews

Neurodiversity and Education

The authors of this publication combine extensive experience in the fields of education, neurodiversity, teacher training, tutoring and consultancy. Paul Ellis broadcasts regularly on...