NSPCC

During the autumn term we worked for 4 weeks with the NSPCC as part of their 'Speak out and Stay Safe' schools campaign.
We had workshops for UKS2 covering the four main signs of abuse and a whole school assembly to help the children to 'speak out and stay safe'.
 
The school council arranged a fund raising activity and the school community raised over £2500 for the NSPCC - well done West Monkton!
 
Below is a link to some resources that we used and can be used to support your children at home.
 
Your underwear covers up your private parts and no one should ask to see or touch them. Sometimes a doctor, nurse or family members might have to. But they should always explain why, and ask you if it's OK first. Your body belongs to you. No one should ever make you do things that make you feel ...
www.nspcc.org.uk