NSPCC

14th November 2018

Today we continued our learning about Keeping Safe and Healthy by asking Helen and Carol from NSPCC to deliver an assembly about the importance of speaking out if something is upsetting you. Buddy (mascot) was upset but we reminded him of who he can speak to both in and outside of school in order to help him.

The children learned a cool way to remember Childline’s phone number – 08001111 and spent some time looking at their website – www.childline.org.uk/kids.

We all have the right to speak out!

 

 

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