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Information for Parents and Carers











This page has been broken down by topic areas to the right.

Useful Links:

NSPCC – Keeping Children Safe

Child Accident Prevention Trust

Lullaby Trust

Your Guide to Support Services – Family Support

Child Exploitation Online Protection (CEOP)

Returning to Primary School: What Parents Need to Know

Returning to Secondary School: What Parents Need to Know

Children’s Commissioner: Going Back to School

KSCP Child CSA Medical Assessment Leaflet

KSCP Child Physical Injury Medical Assessment Leaflet

KSCP Family Information Leaflet for Injuries to Immobile Babies

ICON – Babies Cry. You Can Cope!

ICON – 7 minute briefing

Think U Know – What is Sexual Grooming?

WalkwithMe – Charity to support parents of children who are potential victims of exploitation

Safer Sleeping

Bruising, burns and scalds information for parents/carers

Can We Talk to You About Self-Harm? – Guidance for adults

Dangers and risks of bottle propping

Supporting Your Child in Sport

C&K CYP mental health crisis and emergency poster

C&K CAMHS single point of access A4 poster

A parent’s guide to privacy settings

Gaming: what parents and carers need to know

What is the Internet of Things (IoT)?

Elective Home Education – Information for Parents 2021

Flexi-Schooling Guidance for Schools and Parents 2021

Keeping children safe in out-of-school settings

Support through Exam Time

Locala Speech, Language, and communication Development Series


If you think a child in Kirklees is being abused or mistreated or you have concerns about a child’s well-being or need advice and support about a child with a disability you should call and speak to someone at one of the following numbers:



















All calls concerning worries about children are treated seriously. You will be asked where the child lives and who looks after the child. Enquires will be made and if it is found that a child is being abused or is at risk of significant harm professionals will work together with the family to ensure that the child is protected.