Children's Day

World Children’s Day – When it started and why we celebrate it

Children and young people deserve a day of recognition – and they have it. It’s called World Children’s Day and
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childline listening

What happens when I get in touch with Childline Listening?

Childline Listening and Childline Digital Supports are just two of the services provided by the ISPCC and are available for
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listener

5 simple ways to be a better listener

Everybody wants to be heard. Follow these five, simple steps in order to become a better, more active listener.
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golden rules

The Five Golden Rules of helping someone with anxiety issues

It's not always easy to know what to say to someone who is extremely anxious but these five golden rules will help a lot.
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Not sure how to ask for help? Here’s what to do

We all need help sometimes but it's not always easy knowing who we can turn to for help. Here are a few tips on the best way to get support.
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We want you to HAVE YOUR SAY!

Here in Childline, we want to hear from YOU. How do you pass your time? Do you enjoy school? Are
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Culture and Ethnicity

Culture and Ethnicity

Your ethnicity links you to a certain group of people in society.
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Your Rights

Your Rights

These are your rights under the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.
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Staying Healthy

Staying Healthy

Staying healthy involves being aware of and giving attention to our physical health, our mental health and our emotional health – looking after ourselves!
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body

My Body

Our body is the physical part of who we are. It is the part that we and others see every day.
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Puberty

Puberty

Puberty is the stage in your life when your body grows from a child into an adult.
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Experiences as LQBTI young person

Share your experiences as an LGBTI+ young person

BeLonG To is gathering the experiences of LGBTI+ young people aged 12-18 in the National School Climate Survey.
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