Volunteer for NSPCC childline School services!


Find out more about the ChildLine Schools Service in Yorkshire & the Humber

Our ground-breaking ChildLine Schools Service uses specially trained volunteers to talk to primary school children about abuse, giving them the skills to protect themselves and showing them where to go to for help.

NSPCC childline school workshopsFrom 2016, we hope that our volunteers will speak to every primary school child and continue visiting each school every two years – reaching 1.7 million children across the UK.

Across Yorkshire and the Humber we need more than 88 volunteers in 2014 to help us deliver to 512 schools across the region. As a ChildLine Schools Service volunteer, we’ll provide expert training and a supportive network to give you the opportunity to gain valuable skills and empower children.

Find out more information here about the ChildLine Schools Service. Before applying to volunteer for the ChildLine Schools Service, please read about the recruitment and training process here

If you are a school interested in hosting a ChildLine Schools Service assembly and workshop in your school, please get in touch with William Shaw, ChildLine Schools Service Manager on wshaw@nspcc.org.uk for more information.

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December 23, 2013


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