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NSPCC - Internet Safety Videos

The NSPCC have a number of videos both for parent/carers and children and young people.

PANTS Campaign

  • Talking PANTS helps parents keep their children safe from abuse. This film shows just how easy it is to have those conversations and why the NSPCC needs your support to get all children talking PANTS. 
  • Meet Pantosaurus - our pant-wearing Dino! He wants every child to stay safe and strong, just like him, and he's on a mission to share an important message, watch this fun video

Be Share Aware Campaign

'Lucy and the Boy' is from the NSPCC - Be Share Aware campaign. This video shows the danger.  We tell our children it’s good to share – but online it’s different. In fact sometimes it can be dangerous. That’s why we’re asking parents to be Share Aware – and keep children safe online.  Find out more here:

The "I Saw Your Willy" video is also part of the Be Share Aware campaign and is Uploaded with permission from Ad Agency Change and NSPCC for

Child Protection

Our animation shows you how to respond when a child tells you about experiencing abuse. Visit NSPCC Learning for more information and resources It is crucial that adults who work with children are able to respond supportively in the moment a child chooses to disclose, and to interact and communicate in a way that helps children feel listened to. The NSPCC’s Let Children Know You’re Listening animation outlines the key interpersonal skills that adults should use when a child discloses abuse and/or neglect, which can help make it clear they are listening and taking the child seriously. These skills are grouped into three simple directions: 1. show you care, help them open up 2. take your time, slow down 3. show you understand, reflect back.

NSPCC: Preventing Child Sexual Abuse - Our brand new animation explores simple steps we can all take to make children safer 

NSPCC Online Safety