NSPCC Topsham workshop all about kids’ safety

PUBLISHED: 16:30 20 May 2016

Roisin Turley, schools organiser for the NSPCC and Child Line with children during a workout at Topsham primary school. Ref ext 16-17TI 9932. Picture: Terry Ife

Roisin Turley, schools organiser for the NSPCC and Child Line with children during a workout at Topsham primary school. Ref ext 16-17TI 9932. Picture: Terry Ife

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Schoolchildren in Topsham were given a lesson in safety in a National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) workshop.

The Speak Out Stay Safe campaign involves specially trained volunteers talking to primary school kids about abuse.

Roisin Turley, NSPCC schools organiser, said she spoke to all year groups at Topsham Primary School.

She said: “The programme is all about encouraging the kids to speak to a trusted adult if they are worried about anything.”

For more information, contact the school on 01392 874498.


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