Useful Resources for Adults who work with Young People
HOW TO GET YOUR IMAGE REMOVED
If you're under 18 and a nude image or video of you has been shared online, you can report it and to be removed from the internet. You'll need to:
Select your age and follow the steps below.
Create a Childline account so we can send you updates on your report.
Report your image or video to the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF).
Report Harmful Content (RHC) is an impartial dispute resolution service that supports users and platforms in reporting legal but harmful online content.
The following resources have been produced by SLES to support primary schools with delivering this important aspect of the curriculum. Beyond this local resource there is also signposting to videos hosted elsewhere on the internet. All videos must be watched by the teacher, prior to use in class, to determine whether they are suitable for that particular group of children. Some videos may contain subtle references to more mature topics which help to reinforce the message but may not be suitable for all classes.
It’s Pride Month in the UK, which marks the celebration of and focus on LGBTQ+ communities. While this is a time to celebrate, it is also an important time to shed light on the difficult everyday situations many LGBTQ+ young people find themselves in, especially during the ongoing pandemic. Understanding the context of the lives of young LGBTQ+ people and the lived experience of children and young people in our care means we can better understand and support them.
The ‘Queerantine study’ by UCL and University of Sussex found that more than two thirds of LGBTQ+ people showed significant symptoms of depression during lockdown.