Mental Health Awareness Week: Friends vs Frenemies

In support of this year's Mental Health Awareness Week theme of loneliness, Suzy Reading is sharing an extract from her book "This Book Will (Help) Make You Happy", published by Wren & Rook and be…

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How have children been impacted by the pandemic?

As Regional Manager in Wales, Carole delivers ZAP workshops directly to children in schools. Here are her insights.

Kidscape has always enjoyed the links we have with schools, children, and families.…

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How you can protect your mental health when your child is having a tough time

It can be difficult to nourish ourselves in our parenting journey at the best of times, but in the midst of a global pandemic, when our children are facing their own struggles, it can feel completely …

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Using symbols to help autistic children who are bullied

By Lynn McCann

Autism Acceptance Week is upon us and the best part of my job as an autism specialist teacher at Reachout ASC is listening to the young people I support. Their experience and point of …

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Tricky conversations: How can teachers have a good meeting with parents or carers?

By Lauren Seager-Smith, CEO Kidscape

As a parent myself, I know how it feels when the teacher ‘wants to have a chat’. Or ‘a quick word’. Or even worse, ‘a meeting’. Your palms start to sweat, anxiety…

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Kidscape and Giants Live announce new charity partnership for 2022 Tour

Kidscape and Giants Live are delighted to announce a new partnership to keep children safe from bullying and harm.

Giants Live will donate a minimum of £5,000 to Kidscape at the end of ‘The World’s S…

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