Rail Safety Concerns

Parents are being urged to talk to their children about rail safety amid fears of another surge in trespass incidents as coronavirus rules are eased. There was a surge in reckless behaviour on the tracks by under-18s last summer after the first national lockdown was...

Road Safety

Road safety is a great subject to engage children and young people with. Even the youngest children know something about road safety because everyone uses roads, and road danger affects everyone. It’s also a vitally important subject. Road crashes are a major cause of...

Magnetic Toys

The Child Accident Prevention Trust has highlighted the dangers associated with magnetic toys where a child may swallow the magnets. Concerns have been raised following the case of a three-year-old child in Northern Ireland. If a child swallows the small balls,...

Public Health England (PHE) Launches New Online Training Resource.

Public Health England has launched new Psychological First Aid training resource. The online training course, developed by PHE, is now available for those supporting children and young people affected by the Corona virus (COVID-19). People who care for or work with...

New Knife Crime Toolkit

A new knife crime toolkit is available in response to the levels of knife crime in London and the rest of the UK. BraveSpace has been working with The Mayor’s Office for Policing And Crime to develop a Knife Crime Toolkit. This intervention is for children on...

Online Safety

While lockdown continues and schools remain closed for a while longer, it’s likely that children and young people will be spending more time online. It’s important that their online activity does not place them at risk from exploitation and grooming, but...
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