Presentation on theme: "ChildLine Schools Service Liz Thackray Area coordinator Doncaster, Rotherham & Sheffield."— Presentation transcript:
ChildLine Schools Service Liz Thackray Area coordinator Doncaster, Rotherham & Sheffield
Our Objectives To ensure children: Have an understanding of abuse in all its forms, including bullying, and an ability to recognise the signs of abuse Are aware of how to get help and sources of support e.g. teachers, parents or carers.
All children have the right to be happy and safe (1) 30min Assembly Yr 5&6 (2) I hour workshop in each class Yr 5&6 Sack Of Worries
Buddy says... Sexual abuse is when a child is being made to do anything with their body that frightens or worries them. It can involve touching, kissing, being made to show private parts of their body, or being made to do this to another person. Being made to look at rude films or pictures in books, magazines, on TV or the internet is also sexual abuse. 10
OK or Not OK An adult says that what’s going on is a secret. Someone says rude things to a child or makes them watch a rude film. A family member gives a child a kiss goodnight. Someone watches a child getting washed or dressed. Someone touches a child when the child doesn’t want them to.
“I learnt that abuse is never your fault” “It was helpful because it explained in detail what I need to do if anything is wrong” “Thank you. I wanted to tell you I wish I had known about ChildLine. I was bullied when I was younger and I didn’t know anyone to talk to. I would have called you if I had known.” The difference to local children so far…
NEXT STEPS….? Book now for Autumn 2013 onwards: Indicate your preferred month We can contact school reception to confirm dates Liz Thackray 07976 065223 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org@nspcc.org.uk www.nspcc.org.uk/schoolsservice