News

2017

July

Ben triumphs at National Fundraising Awards

He did it!

We're delighted to announce that last night (Monday 3rd July), Kidscape ambassador Ben Smith won the coveted Best Volunteer Fundraiser award at the National Fundraising Awards in London.

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June

Groundbreaking West End production confronts cyber bullying

The Theatre Royal Haymarket Masterclass Trust in partnership with the Pure Land Foundation and children’s charity Kidscape present:

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A new play by Emily Jenkins Directed by Anna Ledwich

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April

401 Challenge shortlisted for Institute of Fundraising awards

We’re over the moon to be able to announce that our ambassador Ben Smith of the 401 Challenge has been shortlisted for Best Volunteer Fundraiser at this year’s National Fundraising Awards. These award…

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Lack of safeguarding checks leaves children vulnerable to online abuse

Peter Bradley, Kidscape's Director of Services, represents Kidscape on the Children's Charities Coalition on Internet Safety

It has recently come to the attention of the Children's Charities Coalitio…

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March

2017 Spectacle Wearer of the Year awards open

We are excited to announce that the 2017 Spectacle Wearer of the Year awards are now open!

The competition, run by our friends at Specsavers, is searching for the most stylish glasses-wearers in the …

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January

Kidscape secures DfE funds for anti- extremism and radicalisation project

We are very pleased to announce we have been successful in securing a 15-month grant from the Department for Education to safeguard young people against extremism and radicalisation.

The Extremism an…

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Looking forward – a blog post from our CEO Lauren

For over thirty years Kidscape has worked tirelessly to keep children safe and I start my new role as CEO with a great sense of responsibility. Kidscape strives to understand and respond to the most p…

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A great new book recommendation: The School of Wellbeing, by Jenny Hulme

We believe that good mental health advocacy in schools is essential for children to develop happy, healthy relationships and an important sense of self-worth. Jenny Hulme has done a fantastic job of s…

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