Yesterday, children from KS1 and KS2 had a special assembly with two visitors from the NSPCC. They delivered an assembly on their Speak out. Stay safe. programme. This is a nationwide programme for every primary school aged child in the UK and Channel Islands. For the children in Years 5 and 6, there are also workshops which were delivered yesterday and today.
What is the Speak Out. Stay Safe programme?
Through child-friendly, interactive assemblies and workshops, specially trained staff and volunteers give children information about how to keep themselves safe from harm and how to get help if they have any worries. If you would like any more information, including frequently asked questions, please visit the NSPCC website: nspcc.org.uk/schools.
11 thoughts on “NSPCC Speak Out Stay Safe”
Thanks you every NPCC workers for helping children be Happy and Feel good . The phone number of the NPCC is 0800 1111 . The NPCC come all around the world to help every child be happy . The NSPCC hears every ones call for problems . If
I think they were really helpful when they came l was so happy they were really kind and they were all smiling in joy and laughing and really really entertaining .
I think the the best thing about the visit from the NSPCC was that they are helping young children around the world and that they are always there to help and talk and listen to children and give them advice and they will only tell anyone else if they think they are in danger I think they have helped change the world.
The good thing about NSPCC is that they are encouraging children to speak loudly
I thought I really liked them teaching us their phone number which is 0800 1111.I also liked the sac thing when you thought of a worry and they put in a brick for that worry.The other thing I liked about the sac thing was when all of us had to think of a trusted adult that child could tell and then they would take out one brick for that one trusted adult they thought of.
I did not know that they did this it makes me feel safer and their number is easy to remember I think this is the number 080011 thank you for this help line this is when I knew when I got use to it
The NSPCC workers were very kind they told us different thing and about child line I still no the number it is 0️⃣8️⃣0️⃣0️⃣ 1️⃣1️⃣1️⃣1️⃣ and they told us about the worries and they had a sack foll of them it got heavier and then litter thanks for NSPCC thank you Kathrin,Charlie,Sharon thank you for talking to us about
I enjoyed the assembly a lot.The number is 0800 1111.
Thanks for coming to school and teaching us NSPCC, it was very fun. Now I don’t need to carry a heavy sack of worries!
Thank you NSPCC for coming to school and teaching us about speaking out and staying safe and also telling us the number for child line. I can now forget about all the worries I have
Thank you NSPCC for coming to our school and telling us about childline and I remember the number 0800 1111 and also making children not worry about stuff
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