This section is about law enforcement. It looks at what the police are allowed to do, what to do if you are a victim of a crime or accused of a crime and what can happen to you if you break the law.
This section is about the services provided to children and families aimed at keeping you safe and supporting you. It looks at your rights as a child in care, adoption and what you can do if you’re homeless.
This section is about your education and going to school. It looks at what can be done if you are being bullied, need extra help at school or if you have been excluded from school.
This section is for children who have come to the UK from a different country. It looks at immigration status, education and the support or benefits you can get.
This section is about family relationships and things that happen at home. It looks at what happens if your parents separate and cannot agree on decisions about you such as where you live and who you spend time with.
This section looks at what age you can do certain things in England. At what age can you buy alcohol, drive a car or have a piercing? You can find the answer to these and many more questions in this section.
This section is about the different types of abuse and bullying. It looks at cyber bullying, smacking and other forms of abuse and where you can go for help.
This section is about your sexual, physical and mental health. It looks at the age of consent to sex, sexting as well as information on legal highs and medical treatment.
This section is about your rights as a child. It looks at your right to get a lawyer, to get married or change your name, as well as the broader idea of human rights which apply to us all.
This section is about how you can keep safe while online. It looks at sexting, what you can do about cyber-bullying and how to keep your personal information private.
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This section is about the adult professionals that you may come across whilst growing up. It tells you about the people who work in the courts, the police station, Children’s Services and your school.