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NSPCC visits Alibon

Today, All students at Richard Alibon took part in the NSPCC’s campaign ‘Speak out , stay safe’ programme.

The Speak out Stay safe programme, enables children  aged 4-11 to learn this essential safeguarding information in a lively, interactive and memorable way.

It allows children to:

understand abuse in all its forms and recognise the signs of abuse
know how to protect themselves from all forms of abuse
know how to get help, and the sources of help available to them, including the ChildLine service.’
Speak out Stay safe was delivered by specially trained NSPCC staff and volunteers. It consisted of an assembly presentation for children aged 4-11 followed by a one hour classroom workshop for children in years 5/6. The programme links directly to the curriculum, helping with our school’s responsibility to keep all our children safe.

Please ask your child what they learnt and what they thought about it?