We have a Speak out Stay safe programme for schools who work with children with:
- special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND)
- additional support needs (ASN)
- additional learning needs (ALN).
This programme provides support and resources to help you deliver messages to your pupils about what abuse is and which trusted adults they can turn to for help. We provide access to resources including six session plans and printable props all of which use our friendly speech bubble mascot called Buddy.
The materials are aimed at primary school children aged between 9 and 11, however, may be appropriate for older pupils at teacher discretion.
Your local NSPCC Schools Service Schools Coordinators can support your school to deliver the programme by briefing school staff at the start and gathering feedback and learning at the end.
Please complete and submit the form below to access Speak out Stay safe SEND/ASN/ALN.
Please note that our Speak out Stay safe SEND / ASN / ALN programme content is not suitable to be used as home learning. Find out more about Speak out Stay safe