Today, we have taken part in assemblies with the NSPCC. We have learned about how to speak out about things that are upsetting or worrying us so we can stay safe. We talked about our rights and why it is important to keep telling an adult until something changes.

Year 5 and Year 6 have also had workshops to help them understand how to keep themselves safe.

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9 Responses to NSPCC

  1. 0272013gp says:

    I learnt a lot about the nspcc child line and how it helps so many people. Also how they take care of issues big or small.

  2. 0272013gp says:

    now I know its ok to speak out and its only to keep me and you safe.

  3. 0272015aj says:

    I learned not to push and play with my friends.

  4. 0272015as says:

    I learnt to play with my friends and speak out. I loved it.

  5. 0272015aj says:

    I lent how to stay safe on the internet.

  6. 0272015aj says:

    I love the nspcc so much and it is so amazing for them to come to our school and help us about bullying and cyber bullying. The best part was when we named all the bricks and put them into the sack. They also give out some stickers to remember them.

    By Masie lee

  7. 0272013gp says:

    I loved answering the questions.

  8. 0272013gp says:

    I learnt if I am worried about something I can call child line.

  9. 0272014mm says:

    I loved the NCPCC assembly and I learnt to stay safe all the time and if I need to, I can give them a call.

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