Children & Young People
We are the Norfolk Safeguarding Children Partnership. This part of the website is for any children or young people to come and get some advice over difficult issues.
If you feel worried about something, talking about it can help make you feel better. The best thing to do is talk to an adult, a friend or someone who you know you can trust. But if you can’t tell anyone you know, you can always talk to us instead.
We are here to listen if you feel uncomfortable for any reason, or feel like you are in danger. It doesn’t matter if it is a problem at school, at home or even on the internet – it is our job to listen, and try to help as much as we can.
It is our job to keep you safe.
Here are some guides that may help:
- A young persons guide to Working Together to Safeguard Children
- A young persons guide to Keeping Children Safe
Children and Young People’s Annual Report
This year, with the help of some young people, we have produced a children and young people’s version of our annual report especially for you. We worked with members of Norfolk’s In Care Council on this project and are delighted to be able to use their words and design ideas to provide a report that is colourful and accessible to everyone. They told us: “We are really proud of the report that we have produced. We think it came out amazing!”
We are committed to hearing young people’s voices and we hope that you enjoy this interpretation of the NSCP’s many achievements in the last year.
Norfolk Safe Spaces
Norfolk’s safe spaces which is a scheme for anyone aged 12+ who may feel vulnerable/scared when out in public places and who may need extra help and support when they are out in the community.
Use the drop down menus on the purple bar above for more information for Children & Young People such as: