Speak Out Stay Safe is the NSPCC’s safeguarding for children aged 9-11 with additional needs and disabilities. The programme supports schools to teach children about what abuse is and safe adults they can turn to for help. It uses many practical activities and engaging methods to help pupils learn effectively. It has been widely used amongst primary schools in the UK.
'We’re really delighted with the images they portray visible disability really well and get the messages we are aiming to achieve across in a really clear way’. Helen Chignell, Reach Coordinator NSPCC