Speak Out, Stay Safe

Today we had a visit if Chris Dunn from the NSPCC. He spoke to us about the importance of speaking out if we encounter any experiences which make us feel sad, scared or frightened. Chris talked to us about people we can speak to at home or at school if we need help. Everyone agreed it is always better to talk to someone we trust than to keep problems to yourself.

For the rest of this week we will be working with out teachers to learn about different types of abuse so that we can be aware if it is happening to us. The message that is being reinforced throughout the week is to ‘SPEAK OUT AND STAY SAFE.’

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