Children have the right to be happy and safe.

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Keeping
happy and
safe
Remember me?
Buddy
knows a
lot about
keeping
safe!
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What do you think?
If a child is feeling
worried or scared they
should tell an adult.
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What do you think?
It’s OK for parents and
carers to hurt each other
in front of their children.
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What do you think?
A child does not have
enough food to eat or
enough clothes to keep
them warm.
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What do you think?
Children can talk to
ChildLine about anything,
however big or small.
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What do you think?
It is OK for children to
call other children names,
or do things that make
them worried or scared.
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What do you think?
Is it OK for an adult to
make a child touch them
on the private parts
of their body?
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What do you think?
Children have the right to
be happy and safe.
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Buddy says…
All children
have the
right to be
happy and
safe.
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Buddy says...
Sexual abuse is when a child is being made to
do anything with their body that frightens or
worries them. It can involve touching,
kissing, being made to show private parts of
their body, or being made to do this to another
person.
Being made to look at rude films or pictures in
books, magazines, on TV or the internet is
also sexual abuse.
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Buddy says…
Sexual abuse is NOT OK.
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Buddy says...
Neglect is when a parent or carer does
not look after a child properly. For
example, they might not give them
enough food and drink, or the right
kind of clothing. It can also be when a
child is left on their own for too long.
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Buddy says…
Neglect is NOT OK.
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ChildLine is there for you
Children and young people can contact
ChildLine 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
It’s free and confidential.
Remember the number:
0800 1111
Remember the site:
www.childline.org.uk
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Buddy says…
All children
have the
right to be
happy and
safe.
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