Speak Out Stay Safe Programme - NSPCC

Project Aim


Speak out Stay Safe is a UK wide NSPCC programme offering biannual visits to all primary schools. 


The objectives of the rights based schools service are that children:


  • Understand abuse in all its forms (physical, emotional, sexual, neglect & bullying)


  • Learn how to protect themselves from all forms of abuse


  • Recognise both how to get help and the sources of help available to them including trusted adults and ChildLine


What does the project entail

Foundation Phase Assembly suitable for Years 1 & 2 @ 20 Mins

Key Stage 2 Assembly suitable for Years 3-6 @ 30 Mins

Year 5 & 6 Workshops @ 45-60 Mins per class


All materials are sent directly to schools for distribution by NSPCC representatives. The service is at no cost to schools although there is an opportunity to fundraise should schools want to do so.



Additionally, we can offer advice / guidance to primary schools about relevant NSPCC products and services which are relevant to schools, children and families.  We offer a limited number of Online Safety Workshops for parents / carers in school settings. 


What is required from the school?

  • Protected time for our work in schools


  • Laptop and projector / whiteboard with sound


  • Teaching staff present throughout our work in schools


  • Sign and return  the Safeguarding Agreement between NSPCC and Schools

How do the pupils directly benefit?


  • Fundraising initiatives linked  directly to National Curriculum

  • PHSE Links for all work in schools

  • Evidence for Healthy Schools Award and Rights Respecting School Award

  • Estyn

Contact information


Natalie Evans

Area Coordinator

Schools Service South Wales



07500 122 509





Tel: 07500 122 509

Email: natalie.evans@nspcc.org.uk