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Child Accident Prevention Trust

The Child Accident Prevention Trust provides information and advice on the main causes of accident and injury in and around the home. Find out more about the Child Accident Prevention Trust.

Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents

The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents offer lots of advice and resources on preventing accidents in and outside of the home. More information and advice from the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents


The NSPCC has produced two useful guides on what to consider for when your child is old enough to be out on their own or left home alone.

Safe places

Safe Places is part of a national scheme involving local premises such as libraries, grocery stores and community centres signing up to be a place where individuals who feel scared, upset or angry can go. From here, a member of staff can help you get in touch with someone you know who can help, such as a support worker. All of these areas will have the Safe Places logo stuck onto their main window or door.

Find out more about Safe Places.

The Department for Education

The Department for Education have produced a guide to help parents and carers understand what out-of-school settings should be doing to provide a safe environment for their children who attend that setting.

There is also a downloadable leaflet available on choosing safe out-of-school settings.

Choosing safe out of school settings (PDF, 455KB)

Department for Education - Using after-school clubs, tuition and community activities

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