Reminder – NSPCC School Service offer.

NSPCC School Service offer:

 Speak out. Stay safe. Programme.

With the amazing support of Ant and Dec we have our mainstream Speak out. Stay safe. programme.  The programme, available for children aged 5 to 11, includes access to virtual assemblies and supporting resources for use in the classroom.  We also offer FREE face to face workshops for pupils in Year 2, 5 & 6 (availability is limited). A BSL version is also available for d/Deaf children.

For more information, please click the link below:

Speak out Stay safe programme | NSPCC Learning   (right click and follow hyperlink)

For links to documents click here:

SOSS Wirral

 Speak out. Stay safe SEND programme.

The six-session program has been developed jointly by the NSPCC and Image in Action, a specialist organisation with over 30 years of experience working with pupils with learning disabilities. The focus is for children to understand what abuse is and to feel supported and able to talk to trusted adults about any worries. It uses the concept of a safe circle to help pupils understand which trusted adults they can turn to.

*Speak out Stay safe programme | NSPCC Learning.  (right click and follow hyperlink)

Additional resources

We have some other amazing free safeguarding resources available to support your school and pupils. This includes our new Sex, Relationships and Educational resource Talk Relationships and the new Whole Schools Approach framework.


Developed in consultation with children, parents/carers and teachers Talk PANTS is here to help children understand their body belongs to them.

We have a range of talk PANTS guides suitable for children aged 4+ for schools, parents and carers including guides for parents/teachers of children with learning difficulties and autism – all in different languages. We also have talk PANTS BSL video and MAKATON.

*Teaching resources and lesson plans | NSPCC Learning   *PANTS resources for schools and teachers | NSPCC Learning  *Pants resources for parents and carers SEND   *PANTS guides | NSPCC

Our new, inclusive sex and relationships education service – Talk Relationships and Whole School Approach

Talk Relationships is our new service that supports schools to confidently deliver inclusive sex and relationships education, so that all young people understand healthy behaviours in relationships and recognise their right to be safe, heard, and respected.

The service includes free tools and resources accessed via our free website:

  • whole-school approach framework to help implement a safe education environment that promotes healthy relationships – you can watch our video here to learn more about what a whole-school approach is and why they’re recommended in schools or find out more on our website
  • 6 specialist lesson plans for young people with SEND aged 11-16. Created in partnership with the PSHE Association
  • 14 mainstream, ready-to-teach lesson plans for young people aged 11-16. Created in partnership with the PSHE Association
  • A dedicated helpline to provide advice and guidance to secondary school educators who deliver sex education.

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Online safety Hub

We have partnered with Ambitious about Autism to bring online safety tips, advice, and activities specifically for parents and carers of children with SEND. We spoke to parents of children with a range of special educational needs such as dyslexia, autism and speech and language difficulties. The list of resources includes different online safety topics including gaming, social media, sharing nudes, parental controls and more.

*Online Safety Hub

Parent and carer Online safety workshops

Our free online safety workshop specifically designed for Parents and carers to support them with knowledge, tips, and support with online safety.

*Book an online safety workshop


Childline has 2 websites with age-appropriate advice for under and over 12. It also has advice pages, support guides, games, and other interactive tools.

The Childline website has an accessibility tool too, you can find out about it by clicking on the accessibility link in the Get Support menu. Children can use it to:

  • Read the website out loud to children
  • Change the text size and font
  • Change webpages to just text only
  • Add a mask or ruler to help children focus on just part of the page
  • Magnify parts of the webpage
  • Translate the website in to over 120 languages

*Under 12s website  *Over 12s website

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