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We are thrilled to be the 2015 official charity partner for +The Color Run It’s unique, friendly and untimed – it’s all about having fun! Support our fight for every childhood. If you’re interested, sign up here: http://bit.ly/1Drpl9r 
Join the NSPCC at The Color Run 2015, the happiest 5k race on the planet!
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Thanks for my badges +NSPCC​. I'm very lucky to have them. We did a sponsored thing at school. I hope I raised enough to help children who need it.
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Most problems that children and their families face do not occur overnight - they build up over time. Acting early can prevent crisis. Join us with +Action for Children +Barnardo's  and in supporting #StitchInTime. To find out more, please visit: http://bit.ly/1H7aDqK  
We're asking the Government to invest in early support to help children, young people and their families. Back the A Stitch in Time campaign.
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Happy Friday! What a lovely spring day! If your children are heading out on their own today or this weekend and you’re worried about keeping them safe, please have a look at our advice for parents: http://bit.ly/1HaJ7sC 
This guide to keeping your child safe offers advice for parents on when to allow children to be out on their own.
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Any child upset by Zayn Malik's exit from #OneDirection can contact ChildLine on 0800 1111 or visit: http://www.childline.org.uk/Pages/Home.aspx  
ChildLine 0800 1111: get help and advice about a wide range of issues, talk to a counsellor online, send ChildLine an email or post on the message boards.
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Being a parent is extremely rewarding but can also be very challenging. Copying with a crying baby can be difficult for new parents. We have created advice for parents about coping, bonding and keeping your baby safe.  If you’d like to find out more, please visit: http://bit.ly/1EJxwhJ 
Advice and tips for parents: bonding with your baby, crying, difficult behaviour and what to do if you can't cope.
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We’re celebrating the hard work and dedication of all those involved in social work today for #WorldSocialWorkDay! Our director of children’s service development and delivery, Sherry Malik, shares her thoughts on how to improve the support of social care in the UK: http://bit.ly/1FuNxte 
How do we grow and sustain the UK’s social workforce, asks Sherry Malik.
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+Ditch the Label | UK Anti-Bullying Charity have published the findings of a survey of young people. The survey reveals that 51% of young people are bullied because of their appearance. To find out more, please visit: http://bit.ly/1J6AMo8 
Bullying related to body image is still a big problem for young people according to Annual Bullying Survey.
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A new law has come into force this week on ‘revenge porn’ making it illegal for adults to send sexual images of someone without their permission. The new law applies only to adults – but as ‘sexting’ is increasingly becoming common in young people’s relationships, it’s important young people know the risks too. NSPCC’s Head of Online Safety, Claire Lilley, blogs about these risks and what parents can do to help keep children safe: http://huff.to/1aOTi9y via +The Huffington Post 
'Sexting' is playing an increasingly insidious role in young people's relationships. So there is clearly a need to educate children about the risks of this behaviour to them and other young people whose images they share....
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We’re proud to have worked with Hollyoaks & Zoe Lucker (who plays Reenie McQueen) on a storyline about child sexual abuse which features on the show.  During those key episodes we’ll be providing online support for anyone concerned about the issues raised. For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/1CflYzG #NoSecrets
Hollyoaks' McQueen family storyline could help prevent further child abuse by directing young people to find help and support they need.
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Are your children and teens feeling anxious or worried about exams? Trying to calm your children’s exam anxieties can be stressful. We’ve created advice on how to combat exam anxiety and what parents can do to help their children: http://bit.ly/1xyZ0XR 
ChildLine leaflet for children and young people that provides guidance on coping with examinations and the stress they can cause.
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Today is National Sexual Exploitation Awareness day and we’re asking you to help us give victims a voice. Write your pledge on your hand and share your #HelpingHands photos. Find out how to spot the signs here: http://bit.ly/1Cs4BiU 
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I am fighting along with many supporters to rid Google+ of paedophile rings which blatantly operate openly and swap video links and email adresses to exploit these poor children...I am also campaigning to have these sex spammer sites either removed or moved to their own private community that cannot be viewed on news feeds or in places that children can view them, so far we have had hundreds reported..removed and blocked and now international metropolitan police and the press are investigating Google+ no child should be desexualised and robbed of their innocence even online..if anyone would like to see what myself and my supporters are up to then please visit my profile and check out my posts...we can do this together and get Google+ back to the wholesome community it once was.
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This Sunday is #MothersDay! What are you planning for your mum? If you're thinking of a yummy cake - we've collected some favourite recipes here: http://bit.ly/1EhslWa 
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Thanks, I want to thank you for the badges you gave me for doing the big workout at school.
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Abuse ruins childhood, but it can be prevented. That’s why we’re here. That’s what drives all our work, and that’s why – as long as there’s abuse – we will fight for every childhood.

We help children rebuild their lives, and we find ways to prevent abuse from ruining any more. So when a child needs a helping hand, we’ll be there. When parents are finding it tough, we’ll help. When laws need to change, or governments need to do more, we won’t give up until things improve.

Abuse changes childhood. But so can we.

To find out more, visit nspcc.org.uk