At Billingborough School, we are committed to making sure all of us stay safe.
This page of our web site shares ideas and phone numbers that you might need if something happens outside of school and you do not feel you have a safe grown up to talk to.
Children have the right to feel safe at all times.
This is article 19 of the Unicef Rights of the Child.
No one has the right to touch you without your permission.
If you find yourself in a place without someone you know, remember our Police Assembly and choose a safe stranger to help you:
> someone in uniform like a policeman or a nurse
> go into a nearby shop and tell them you are lost
> look for another mummy who is out with children of her own
strange adults should not be asking for any personal information; if they really need it, they should ask your mum or dad instead.
Do you remember when the NSPCC came to talk to us about staying safe? And we raised money to help them do their work?
We looked at their Childline website, which has lots of ideas to help you if you're worried or anxious.
Click here to explore it for yourself.
You can also ring their helpline if you need to talk to someone.
Click here for more information.