NSPCC Speak Out, Stay Safe

NSPCC teach Junior pupils how to keep themselves safe.

The NSPCC joined us for our Junior School assemblies yesterday to share their Speak Out, Stay Safe programme.

The children were given information on how to keep themselves safe from harm and how to get help if they have any worries. Everything was discuss in a very child friendly way, as you would imagine with this leading children’s’ charity.

All the children had a good time and were able to say ‘Hello’ to Buddy, the mascot of the NSPCC.

We will be raising funds for the NSPCC over the next few weeks and our Pupil Voice are busy organising a sponsored ‘Danceathon’ and encouraging everyone, both staff and pupils, to wear something green to school on Wednesday 30th January.