Children and Young People's page
This page has useful links to websites that
can offer information and advice on subjects such as:
- Abuse and Neglect
- Being safe when using technology (Social
- Sexual Health
- Drugs and Alcohol
- Your rights, and
- How to have your say on things that matter to
This page will be updated when we are aware of
any new information that would be relevant to you.
What is meant by the Western Bay
Safeguarding Children Board?
The board is a group of people from different
organisations like Social Services and the NSPCC who work with
children, young people and their families. This group meets up and
plans how they can work together to protect children and young
people in Bridgend, Neath Port Talbot and Swansea.
The board talk about issues such as online
bullying, neglect and abuse, living in a safe environment at home
and in the community, and alcohol and drug misuse.
Please click on the link below to view
pages on issues that you may find useful.
Below are some
useful links which you may also find useful.
ChildLine is a free and confidential helpline
for children and young people in the UK to talk to someone about
any issues they have. You can talk to them about anything.
ChildLine School Service
ChildLine Schools Service uses
specially trained volunteers to talk to primary school children
This will give primary school children the skills to protect
themselves and show them where to go to for help if they need
Apps for your phone
You can also download this app by visiting the app store
on your phone.
Information, advice and support for
11-25 year olds in Swansea.
The NSPCC provide information for children and young people
about Abuse and neglect, such as how to stay safe, and advice on
bullying. It also provides a confidential service to enable
children and young people to report concerns they have for
themselves, brothers or sisters, or a friend.
The Children's Commissioner for Wales speaks on behalf of
children and young people, providing them with information about
rights and encourages them to have a say on things that affect
CLIC provide information and advice on a
number of topics for children and young people on a number of
topics such as education, health, housing, family relationships,
sports and leisure.
Meic is an advocacy and advice helpline
for children and young people in Wales. Providing advice on issues
over the phone, by text and online.
Children and Young People Partnership