Essex Schools Infolink - for access to lots of resources, including best practice checklist and schools safeguarding audit tool.
Early Years and Childcare information - comprehensive information for anyone responsible for running a setting, from delivering the Free Entitlement to recruiting and managing staff.
This toolkit has been produced to support schools in promoting positive emotional well-being and mental health, but also to offer advice and guidance should they experience a death in their community due to suicide. However, it may be used by any professional working with children and young people as a source of information and support. In addition, the advice contained within it to support pupils will be relevant to a range of issues. Appendices to support this guidance pack (editable word document).
The Fearless website has loads of information about different crimes and safety advice. The 'Not a Young Person' section contains resources for schools and interactive videos / workshops. The teaching resources are accredited and fit in with the school curriculum (click on resources tab).
Rise Above for Schools – launched by Public Health England (PHE), these lesson plans support secondary school teachers when promoting positive health, wellbeing and resilience among young people aged 11 to 16. The resources have been developed in collaboration with teachers and have received the PSHE Association’s Quality Mark.
Schools can sign up for the service at ParentInfo.org and start hosting information for parents and carers on their website.
ParentInfo is a regularly updated and free feed of information, advice and sources of support that schools can deliver to parents and carers - a pipeline of information they can integrate seamlessly into their own websites and use in other formats.
The service aims to deliver information on a whole range of parenting themes, the emphasis being on helping parents and carers develop their children's resilience to the risks and pressures they face in today's world. The articles and videos cover difficult topics about sex, relationships and the internet, body image and peer pressure, as well as broad parenting topics like 'how much sleep do teenagers need?'.
In line with Thinkuknow some of the content covers internet safety, but it all starts from the assumption that young people make little distinction between their online and offline lives and the issues for parents are often the same.