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Child Safety Online

A practical guide for parents and carers whose children are using social media. See download on the right.

Explaining Coronavirus to Children

The downloadable document (right) is for anyone who has children and needs to explain the Coronavirus/Covid-19 to them in a simple and understandable way.

Handle with Care - A Guide to Keeping your Baby Safe

Helpful tips on safe, positive ways of holding and caring for your baby.

In-car Child Safety

What does the law say? You must use a restraining system if one is fitted in your vehicle. The law is complicated, so the best way to stay on the right side of it is to use the most appropriate restraint for everyone travelling in…

Media use and attitudes report 2019 (Children and parents)

This Ofcom published report examines children’s media literacy. It provides detailed evidence on media use, attitudes and understanding among children and young people aged 5-15, as well as about the media access and use of young children aged 3-4. The report also includes findings relating…

NSPCC Talk Pants

The NSPCC are helping parents and carers talk to their children about staying safe from sexual abuse.  Our suite of Talk PANTS materials featuring Pantosaurus, our friendly pant-wearing dinosaur, are designed to simplify the conversation and make it as easy as possible for parents to…

Safer Sleeping

Being a new parent is an amazing experience, but it’s also exhausting. It’s something no-one can prepare you for. And at the end of a long day, there’s nothing more satisfying than to collapse on the sofa.   And that’s where we need to stop you!…

What are Children’s Centres?

Children's Centres offer all families with children under five a range of services, information and support in their local community. Our Aim The main aim of Children’s Centres is to improve outcomes for all young children, so that they are happy, healthy and ready for…

Worried About a Child?

Contact the South Tees Multi Agency Children's Hub In an emergency call 999. If you're worried that a child is currently suffering, or is likely to suffer from, significant harm you need to take action immediately.
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