Resources for working with younger children

Domestic Abuse

The Hideout is an excellent website created by Women's Aid. There are two sections, one to help young children understand domestic abuse, and one for young adults who may already be in an abusive relationship.

Childline has excellent pages on their website for young people living with domestic abuse.

Consent

The NSPCC have a brilliant campaign, Pants, for teaching consent and privacy to young children. The campaign materials include guidance for parents and educators.

There are a range of books in English available re body privacy, the list is easily accessed online.



Resources for working with older children

The Hideout is an excellent website created by Women's Aid. There are two sections, one to help young children understand domestic abuse, and one for young adults who may already be in an abusive relationship.

For older children, the website of the Government/Home Office project Disrespect Nobody has a wealth of information on healthy relationships, relationship abuse, consent and more.

The organisation Tender works with young people to prevent domestic abuse and sexual violence. 



Resources for working with young adults

he website of the Government/Home Office project Disrespect Nobody has a wealth of information on healthy relationships, relationship abuse, consent and more

The extraordinary organisation Tender works with young adults to prevent domestic abuse and sexual violence 

The Mix has a range of excellent resources, articles and videos around promoting healthy relationships and preventing sexual violence.