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Children staying safe

Speak out - stay safe assemblies

Years Four, Five and Six learnt about their right to be safe and how important it is to speak out during assembly before half term. It wa spart of the NSPCC's visit to the school to discuss staying safe. There were discussions about who they could speak to and what kind of worries they might have.

Years One, Two and Three had a separate workshop with Kelly from the NSPCC, which also focused on staying safe and speaking out.

They met the NSPCC’s mascot, Buddy, who, with his speech bubble shape, encouraged the children to speak up if they had any worries.  The children were encouraged to think who was a trustworthy person to speak to and what they could do about their concerns.  They also learnt a great way to remember the Freephone number for ChildLine: 0800 1111.

Across the school, the children learnt that they have a right to:

  • Speak out and be heard
  • Be safe
  • Get help when they need it

These are important messages, which we as a school want every child to understand.

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