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NSPCC visit 

NSPCC visit 
February 24, 2017 James Stanford

The NSPCC visited the school this morning to talk to the children about their campaign ‘Speak out. Stay safe’. 

Children have the right:

*to speak out and be heard.

*to be safe.

*to get help when they need it.

They met Buddy the speech bubbly.