A guide to knife harm for parents, carers and teachers – The Ben Kinsella Trust

Posted on: July 28, 2022

Facts to help you feel more confident when talking to your child about knife harm, as well as practical help and guidance, and where to find support.

It can be extremely worrying to think that your child is involved in something as dangerous as knife crime.

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Author: Jade Bolton
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