ChildLine -

You could encourage your child to ring ChildLine on 0800 11 11 to talk to a counsellor or chat online with a counsellor. 



There is also help and advice available on the NSPCC helpline - 0808 800 5000.


Domestic Abuse Helpline

The domestic abuse helpline is – 0808 8010 800



There are many organisations on line that have information and advice for you as parents about your child’s personal safety.

1. Children’s Safety Education Foundation -

Children’s Safety Education Foundation offers Online Child Safety Resources.


2. Suzy Lamplugh Trust | Live Life Safe -

Suzy Lamplugh Trust | Live Life Safe aims to provide practical support and guidance to reduce people's fear of crime, and to develop skills and strategies for keeping safe. 


3. Kidscape -

Kidscape is preventing bullying, protecting children and offers bullying advice, information, anti-bullying resources and training.


4. Child's Eye Media -

Child's Eye Media: Educational DVDs for children, teachers and parents including preschool & primary teaching resources and worksheets.


5. Personal Safety Advice -

Personal safety is a topic we're all concerned about at some stage in our lives. We offer great advice, so you can take action and stay safe.


6. Crucial Crew -

Safety game for children - e-learning & teaching resources for schools.


7. Think Safe -

Think Safe teaches children to stay safe. It covers; coastal safety, consumer safety, dog awareness and electrical safety.


8. Play Wales -

Play Wales is an independent charity and national play organisation promoting and supporting the right to play of all children in Wales.


9. Children’s Commissioner in Wales -

There is also a Children’s Commissioner in Wales supporting children’s rights.


10. Dare2Care -

Dare2Care aims to tackle issues relating to sexual exploitation by providing a website of resources and signposted support for young people, parents and professionals.