Staying Safe

How you can keep you, and your friends, safe;


Do not talk to strangers.
Do not talk to strangers.

Walk to and from school in groups.
Walk to and from
school in groups.

Do not take gifts from people you do not know.
Do not take gifts from
people you do not know.

Never accept a ride from strangers.
Never accept a ride
from strangers.

Tell someone you trust if someone is making you feel uncomfortable.
Tell someone you trust
if someone is making
you feel uncomfortable.

Report all suspicious behaviour and new adult friends, including those you meet online, to Parents/ Carers.
Report all suspicious behaviour
and "new adult friends",
including those you meet online,
to Parents/ Carers.

Never leave home without telling your parents/carers where you are going.
Never leave home without
telling your parents/carers
where you are going.

Shout loudly if someone is asking you to do something you are not happy about.
Shout loudly if someone
is asking you to do
something you are not
happy about.

If you go our with your friends make sure you stay together even if you fall out.
If you go out with your
friends make sure you stay
together even if you fall out.

Never take shortcuts. Always stick to routes selected by parents, and stay on main roads.
Never take shortcuts.
Always stick to routes
selected by parents, and
stay on main roads.


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