Here you will find resources, publications, posters and other awareness raising material that will help us prevent child sexual abuse. Use the links below to download and review Parents Protect! and Stop it Now!'s publications. If you would like to order copies of any materials included here, email wolvercote@lucyfaithfull.org.uk or call 01372 847160.

Materials and Postage charges

In the past Parents Protect! and Stop it Now! materials have been made available free of charge. However, with reductions in funding we are no longer in a position to be able to offer materials at no cost. It may be possible to send some small free of charge but large orders incur a minimal fee. The postage of all orders will need to be paid by the receiver. Please contact us for more information on charges.

Download for free - but consider a donation

Many of the items below are free to download, and we want to continue to provide free information and research to help adults, parents and carers protect children from harm when we can. However, we have limited funds available to develop and print materials and we welcome support from individuals.

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"These leaflets are really informative for parents/careers and what you can say to children about this subject"

What's the problem?

This is a guide for parents of children and young people who have got into trouble online. It is designed to answer some of the immediate questions you may have after learning that something is happening, or has happened, in your child's online life.
Download PDF (3.9MB)
When ordering, please quote item code PP07 (A4)


Parents Protect!

This leaflet details some of the key points made on the Parents Protect! website.
It gives advice around what we should all be thinking about and encourages people to find out more. You can also use the front page as a poster - at your workplace, community venue or school.
Download PDF (1.3MB)
When ordering please quote item code PP06 (A5)


SMART rules for adults to share with children

To help a child learn any set of rules it is important to go through them and explain why you want the child to remember them. There is no 'one-size-fits' all but these SMART rules offer some suggestions about ways to communicate positively with children.
Download postcard PDF (0.3MB)
Download postcard Welsh language version PDF (0.3MB)
When ordering please quote item code PP04 (Postcard)


SMART rules for adults to share with each other

Child sexual abuse and sexual exploitation is something we would rather not think or talk about - but the best way of protecting children is for adults to do just that! This postcard details some SMART rules for parents and carers to share with each other.
Download postcard PDF (0.3MB)
Download postcard Welsh language version PDF (0.3MB)
When ordering please quote item code PP03 (Postcard)


NEW - Family Safety Plan

Create a family safety plan to keep children safe.
Download booklet PDF (5.1MB)
Download booklet Welsh language version PDF (5.1MB)


Helping you protect children and young people from sexual exploitation

As adults there is much we can do to protect our children from sexual abuse and exploitation. This leaflet will help protective adults recognise some of the risks and vulnerabilities children face as they grow up as well as decide what they can do to help protect them.
Download PDF (1.3MB)
Download Welsh language version PDF (1.3MB)
When ordering please quote item code PP05 (A5)


Simple conversations to keep your child safe from abuse.

The NSPCC has developed a guide for parents and carers to use with children to help keep them safe. The Underwear Rule teaches children that their body belongs to them, they have a right to say no, and that they should tell an adult if they're upset or worried.
Download PDF(2.9MB)


Learn the underwear rule.

The NSPCC has developed a guide for parents and carers to use with children to help keep them safe. The Underwear Rule teaches children that their body belongs to them, they have a right to say no, and that they should tell an adult if they're upset or worried.
Download PDF(1.5MB)