What small things can families do to support big changes around gender equality? We’ve teamed up with experts Lifting Limits to find out their top tips.
Take a peek at our top 10 informative, exhilarating and educational ideas for teens this summer.
Whilst we want our teens to make informed and careful decisions about sexting, we also need to recognise that some young people will send sexts and that sometimes things can go wrong. If your teen has sent an intimate photo or video and now wishes they hadn’t, this guide can help them through the next steps to regain some control and support their wellbeing.
Our pick of compelling books for teens to get their teeth into over the summer.
Finding out that your teen may be sexting can feel shocking and upsetting. It’s important to remain calm, empathetic and supportive. Here are our top tips for supporting your teen if sexting has gone wrong.
Levels of self-harm are increasing among UK teens. Here are some evidence-based tips that can help you to deal with young people’s distress in your setting.
If your child struggles with self-harm, it’s really important to have coping strategies that help them and people around who they can talk to when they need cheering up. When we feel down, we can sometimes forget who we can turn to, message or call up for help. We can also forget about the things that we can do which will help us to feel better. Encourage your child to fill out this handy plan, keep it safe, and to use it if they feel like they might be considering harming yourself.
Dr Weston Talks with Chief Constable Simon Bailey: Sexual Harassment and Child Abuse – What Parents Should Do
In this podcast, Dr Weston talks to Chief Constable Simon Bailey about the culture of violence against women and girls, particularly in schools. They outline the key things that parents and schools should do to cultivate open and honest discussion around issues of sexual harassment, sexting and predatory behaviour online.