NSPCC Stay Safe. Speak Out. Free School Visits

By September 27, 2018 October 2nd, 2018 Education

Speak out. Stay safe. is aimed at pupils aged 5-11 as an effective way for children to develop the knowledge and skills to stay safe from abuse and neglect.

Speak out. Stay safe. assemblies and workshop are delivered by trained NSPCC staff and volunteers at no cost to schools.

In a memorable and age-appropriate way, pupils are taught what abuse is, and how to seek help from a trusted adult or Childline; empowering children to know how they can speak out and stay safe.

Supporting Schools & Parents

The programme is designed to link directly to the curriculum and help schools meet their responsibility, providing evidence which will meet safeguarding inspection requirements.

Materials meet the needs of all children, supporting their learning in an appropriate and engaging way; information and resources are also provided to share with parents ahead of, and after, a visit.

As part it’s commitment to helping schools keep children safe, the school services staff can also talk to you about the wider ways the NSPCC can help through its Schools Servicefrom PSHE Association approved teaching resources and lesson plans, through to tools and training.

Is your school signed up yet?

Having covered over 85% of Hampshire School already, the team would like to have visited all schools by March 2020.

To find out more visit the NSPCC Schools link information section via the button below or contact Emma Aked, the NSPCC Schools Service Hampshire Area Co-ordinator directly: emma.aked2@nspcc.org.uk

NSPCC Schools