A new report, published by ECPAT, exposes serious flaws in legislation protecting vulnerable children from British sex offenders who travel abroad. read more

Emotional abuse is more difficult to prove than physical abuse. Jenni Whitehead looks at how emotional abuse is defined and how it can be recognised. read more

If your school hit the headlines, how would you cope? Education Bradford’s press and communications officer Paul Parker has some tips. read more

Jenni Whitehead looks at signs that show a young person may be at risk of abuse. read more

Victims of homophobic bullying often have no one to turn to for support. Former headteacher Roger Smith highlights the importance of the fight to eradicate this form of destructive behaviour. read more

Every school has a general duty of care for all of the children in its care. This extends to ensuring children’s safety on the internet. read more

Dave Cotton, Force Crime Reduction Officer at West Midlands Police Force, looks at security risks and gives safety advice for schools, staff and pupils. read more

John Cousins is a primary mental health worker, supporting children and their families. He explains what we mean by ‘transitions’ and how they can affect the child. read more

Roger Smith explains the background to the Common Assessment Framework and how you can make it work in your school. read more

Legal case notes: Re M (children)(interim care order) [2006] 1 FCR 303, CA. read more

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