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Getting Help
If You Don't Feel safe

Where to get help if you don't feel safe.

As children, you have a right to be safe and to feel safe.

If you don't feel safe you should tell an adult you trust, your mum, dad or carer, another family member or an adult at school. 

Mr Murphy and Mrs Baylis are the DSLs. This means they have been trained to keep children safe and if you have worries or in trouble they can really help. Talk to us about your worries and let us help.

Sometimes though you might need someone else to help, or there might be an emergency. The NSPCC's service Childline (0800 11 11) can give you good advice and help keep you safe. Remember, if you are ever in absolute danger, call 999 and ask for the police.

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