New plea for volunteers
The NSPCC in Cambridgeshire is recruiting new volunteers for its schools’ service and fundraising branches to start in the first months of the new year.
For the charity’s schools’ service, Speak Out Stay Safe, volunteers go into primary schools to teach children to recognise abuse and neglect through age-appropriate
safeguarding assemblies and workshops.
Volunteers spoke to 19,149 children in Cambridgeshire in the 2017-2018 academic year, delivering assemblies at 74 primary schools in the county.
Anyone who would like to find out about volunteering for the NSPCC’s Schools Service or to apply please visit www.nspcc.org.uk/what-youcan-do/volunteering-nspccchildline Julie Hilton Schools Service Manager NSPCC