NSPCC - Speak Out and Stay Safe
This week both schools have been learning about safety as part of our 'Speak Out Stay Safe' NSPCC programme.
At the Junior School, the children found out about what to do to stay safe and who to talk to. After this, they did some activities in the classroom
In Thunberg Class, they talked about why we discuss this as an important topic:
Charlette said she thought ' it was good to know our rights'
The children explored the of the activities and Delilah said 'we should speak about how we feel.'
Jia said it was 'to help us know who can help'.
Joe said it was 'so we all could know people and places who are safe otherwise we would not how to help when feeling worried'.
Cowell class had discussions in class as well.
Aoife said ‘I really liked the fortune teller activity to remember who to talk to. I also liked the assembly because they mentioned Childline and who you can go to for help.’
Hamish said ‘I enjoyed the speak out stay safe kit activity because you get to write about who helps you and think about where you feel safe.’
Information and access to the resources can be found here: https://learning.nspcc.org.uk/services/speak-out-stay-safe