New plea for vol­un­teers

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - YOUR VIEWS -

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 visit­can-do/vol­un­teer­ing-nspc­c­child­line Julie Hilton Schools Ser­vice Man­ager NSPCC

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