Terms and conditions

Read our summary of's Terms and conditions.


  • Acceptance of terms upon use: Your use of the site means you agree to the terms.
  • Changes to terms: The NSPCC can change the terms at any time without prior notice.
  • No liability for damages: NSPCC isn't liable for indirect damages or loss of profits related to the site use.
  • No warranty: The site doesn't guarantee that it will be error-free or virus-free.
  • Conflict resolution: Specific terms on site pages prevail over these general terms if there's a conflict.
  • Jurisdiction: Any disputes will be governed by the laws of England and Wales.
  • Restrictions on use: You must not use the site in a way that infringes on others' rights or enjoyment of the site.
  • Copyright respect: Personal, non-commercial use of the site's content is allowed.
  • External links: NSPCC isn't responsible for third-party websites linked from Childline.
  • Trademarks: Childline logos are trademarks of the NSPCC and cannot be used without permission.

Things to watch out for

  • Terms can change at any time, so you should review them regularly.
  • The NSPCC is not liable for any damages or losses you might incur from using the site.
  • Content is provided as-is, with no warranties to its accuracy or reliability.
  • Using the site for unlawful purposes or in a way that infringes on others' rights is prohibited.

AI recommendations

When using the Childline website, it's important to remember that the terms can change without notice, so you should check back periodically to stay informed. Understand that the NSPCC limits its liability, meaning you may not have recourse for certain types of damages or issues experienced while using the site. If you're concerned about privacy or data usage, especially if you're not an O2 customer, try to access the site via wifi to avoid using your data or credit. Always use the site responsibly and in accordance with the law.


What happens if the terms and conditions of the Childline website change?

If the terms change, your continued use of the site signifies your acceptance of the new terms. It's advisable to review the terms regularly.

Is there any guarantee that the information and services provided by Childline will be uninterrupted and error-free?

No, the NSPCC does not warrant that the site will be uninterrupted or error-free, and it's not liable for any damages resulting from such issues.

Can I use the Childline logo or content from the website?

You can use the site's content for personal, non-commercial purposes, but you need written permission to copy, broadcast, or use the Childline logo.

(Last updated: 09th December, 2023)

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