NSPCC Visit

24th January 2017

Today, we were visited by Ken, Helen, Sarah ad Sue from the NSPCC, which is a national charity who work very hard to make sure that all children are happy and safe.

They visited (with their friend Buddy) to share their very important message: ‘Speak out. Stay Safe’.

Lots of us, from time to time, can worry about something; for example, falling out with friends, adults shouting or sick pets.

It is important to remember their key message which is to talk about it with an adult that you trust. In school, this might be Mrs. Grundy, Mr. Garside, your teacher or any of the adults in school. At home, this might be, for example, a parent, grandparent, aunty, uncle or the police.

Also, don’t forget Child Line, which has trained counsellors who will listen to you and give you some advice. You can ring them at any time of the day or night on …

Thank you Ken, Helen, Sue and Sarah for sharing the NSPCC’s ‘Speak Out. Stay Safe.’ message with us (and for telling us that our behaviour and questions were wonderful).

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