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A special visit from the NSPCC

As part of a nation wide campaign Key stage 1 had a special visit today from the NSPCC’s mascot, Buddie. Buddie is a giant speech bubble who wants to encourage all children to speak out against any worries or problems that they might have. The children watched a short film about the sort of issues that are not OK such as bullying, hitting and hurting people’s feelings and it was explained that if any of those things are happening to talk to an adult that they trust. If there isn’t an adult whom they trust then the children were told about a phone number which they could ring to talk to someone from the NSPCC who would help them to solve their problems.

  

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