If you want to ask an adult for help, make sure it’s someone you trust and feel safe with. They might have helped you with something before.
They could be a:
It can feel scary to tell someone what’s happening, but you have the right to feel safe and happy. You do not have to go through this alone – try talking to an adult you feel safe with. Talking can make you feel better, and an adult might be able to help. You can talk to them about what you would like to happen next.
Head of School – Mrs Xanthe Glynn
St. Nicholas Church of England Primary School,
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