5Privates are privateAlways remember your body belongs to youNo means noTalk about secrets that upset youSpeak up, someone can help
6The parts of your body covered by your pants and vests are private.No one should ask to see or touchthe private parts of your body orask to look or touch anyone else’sSometimes doctors, nurses or family members might have to.This is ok, but they should always ask you first and explain why they need to do it.
7Your body belongs to you and no one else. No one has the right to make you doanything that makes you feel uncomfortable. If anyone tries, say no.You can always talk to someone you can trust about your worries or things that upset you.
8Say ‘NO’ to unwanted touches- even if it’s a family member or someone you know or love.Saying ‘NO’ shows that you are in control of your body and that your feelings should be respected.
9There are good and bad secrets. Phrases like ‘it’s our little secret’ are a way of making us feel worried or scared to tell someone what is happening.Good secrets can be things like surprise parties or presents.Bad secrets make you feel sad, worried or frightened.
10If you feel sad, anxious or frightened talk to an adult you can trust. This doesn’t have to be a family member. It could be a teacher, a friend’s parent or even Childline.
11Privates are privateAlways remember your body belongs to youNo means noTalk about secrets that upset youSpeak up, someone can help