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Visit from NSPCC Speak out, stay safe

Kelly and Chrissie from the NSPCC visited us today.  They presented a very important assembly about what we need to do to keep safe.  Children were reminded to talk to a trusted adult if they felt worried or unsafe.  The list of trusted adults included, parents, carers, family members, teachers, teaching assistants, doctors, police and many more.  It is good to know that our children know who talk to if they have any worries.  The message they were given was, “Speak out , stay safe.”

you can find more information about today’s presentation and the work done by the NSPCC at the website below.

https://learning.nspcc.org.uk/services/speak-out-stay-safe/

 

 

 

 

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