The Underwear Rule guide recommended by parents

24 January 2014

The NSPCC's Underwear Rule is helping parents feel more confident and better prepared in talking to their children about keeping safe from sexual abuse. 81% of parents who saw the Underwear Rule felt confident in speaking to their child, a significant increase from those who did not see the campaign, according to a YouGov survey.

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Fife Adult Protection Committee - What Is Information Sharing?

Fife APC | 21 January 2014

This leaflet has been produced by Fife Adult Protection Committee and gives an explanation of information sharing and consent, and why other people may need to know things about you.

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Meet Sid - new website for young people in care

Care Inspectorate | 14 January 2014

A new website 'Meet Sid' has been developed by the Care Inspectorate in consultation with young people from Who Cares? Scotland and Aberlour Child Care Trust.  It features a new 3D adventure game called Far From Home, produced by gaming students at the University of Abertay.  The website also contains a series of short films, featuring real stories and experiences of young people entering, living in and leaving care. 

Meet Sid

The Underwear Rule

NSPCC Scotland | 14 January 2014

Teach your child the Underwear Rule and help protect them from abuse The Underwear Rule is a simple way that parents can help keep children safe from abuse - without using scary words or mentioning sex. NSPCC has developed a simple guide for parents, and a child-friendly version, to help you talk PANTS with your child.  

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