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Maine Integrated PS, Randalstown

NSPCC - Keeping Children Safe


NSPCC Keeping Safe: Preventative education 

In our school we follow the NSPCC Keeping Safe whole school programme.

Many children are unable to recognise abusive behaviour or identify who poses a threat to them and they may not know how and where to seek help.

By helping children to recognise abusive behaviour and building their confidence to speak to a trusted adult if they’re worried, we can help protect them and prevent abuse.   

Keeping Safe is an evidence-based whole-school programme designed to help primary schools teach children aged 4-11 years, important safety messages about issues such as bullying, sexual abuse and domestic abuse.

Each term the children will participate in assemblies, complete keeping safe lessons in their classrooms and complete keeping safe homework as well. It is very important to use that this is a whole school approach throughout our school and that parents are also involved in reinforcing keeping safe messages at homes.