Keeping Children Safe

NSPCC Pants are Private 

Learn The Underwear Rule with your children by watching Pantosaurus together! 


NSPCC Speak Out Stay Safe

All Gainsborough children watch Ant and Dec's assemblies that teach children to look out for signs of abuse and remind them to talk to an adult for help. 


Think U Know 

The National Crime Agency's CEOP Education team aim to help protect children and young people from online child sexual abuse. Have a go at their band runner game.


Cyber Choices  

Skilled at coding already? Interest in gaming? Cyber Choices teaches children about what is legal and illegal in the online world. Children can even get support with courses and qualifications to support them in a career in computing. 

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GPNS Stay Safe Team 

Our new Gainsborough Stay Safe Team is here! In our October meetings, we made a poster about all areas of keeping safe that we learn about in school. We have also drafted a letter to PSCO Jolley to tell her about our group. In November, we visited our neighbours to ask them to put our 20mph stickers on their bins to help keep children safe near the road at the front of school. Our neighbours all said yes and even said a huge thank you for helping to slow card down on Belgrave Road! 

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The Stay Safe Team have put a poster together to remind our pupils how we keep everyone safe. 

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