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Speak Out! Stay Safe! NSPCC

 

In the workshop we were able to share our views and opinions about different situations in which children could be exposed to.

We learned we have the right to be safe and if we need someone to talk to, we should speak to an adult about what is worrying us.

 

Thank you NSPCC

Childline 0800 1111

4 comments on “Speak Out! Stay Safe! NSPCC

  1. Childline are the best people to call

  2. the Nspcc is a very informative thing and should be taken seriously by everyone

  3. samuela sesay says:

    nspcc is great

  4. Always contact NSPCC 0800111 because they can change lives to people that don’t get enough food or get looked after properly, so when there is a big problem like the examples I wrote contact 0800111.

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