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‘Speak Out. Stay Safe’

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16.11.2017

The NSPCC visited The Study to remind everyone about the importance of speaking to a trusted adult if they have any worries or concerns.   

Helen and Liz from the NSPCC spoke in assembly at both Houses and ran workshop sessions with Years 5 and 6.   They gave the girls information about how to keep themselves safe from harm and how to get help if they have any worries.   Buddy, the speech bubble, was a welcome visitor too!  He reminded the girls to share any concerns they have with a trusted adult.

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