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NSPCC Stay Safe Programme


The NSPCC recently delivered their  Stay Safe programme in school.  After the event we raised money through completing a sponsored spell across both KS1 and KS2

We received the following response from  the NSPCC

We’re delighted that Wardley CE Primary has worked with the NSPCC Speak out. Stay safe. programme this term and would like to thank you and everyone at your school for your support. And by raising the wonderful sum of £395.03 you’ve also made sure that we can be there to help even more children who desperately need us.

We hope you and the pupils at your school now feel empowered and understand the importance of speaking out and staying safe.

 

We’re leading the fight against child abuse

As a supporter of our work, you already know that we’re here for children. You know that abuse ruins childhood, but it can be prevented.

That’s why we’re here. That’s what drives all our work, and that’s why – as long as there’s abuse – we will fight for every childhood.

We help children rebuild their lives, and we find ways to prevent abuse from ruining any more. So when a child needs a helping hand, we’ll be there.

When parents are finding it tough, we’ll help. When laws need to change, or governments need to do more, we won’t give up until things improve.

And they will improve, because we can all play a part in the fight for every childhood. Big or small – through supporting our work, or simply believing, respecting and listening to children – there’s something each of us can do to make things better for children.

Your fundraising really will make a vital difference

The simple truth is our work wouldn’t be possible without the kindness and generosity of supporters like you and everyone at your school. The money you have raised will make a real difference to the lives of children across the UK and Channel Islands.

Together we can help shape a society where abuse doesn’t go unchallenged, where children are empowered to seek out help, and where every call for support can be answered.