Keeping Safe

You can be hurt or harmed by what people do or say to you.

So always be a good friend and:-

  • Listen to each other;
  • Respect everyone as an individual;
  • Respect their wishes - Don’t gossip;
  • Be sensitive to other people’s likes and dislikes;
  • Encourage your friends to feel good - Don’t put them down;
  • Support each other:
    • By sharing your problems;
    • By talking to someone you trust; and
    • By being a good friend.

If someone hurts you remember it’s not your fault.  This is what you should do about it:-

  • Tell a teacher or other adult you trust;
  • Think about what you want to say;
  • Don’t give up. Keep telling someone until they hear; and
  • Think about yourself and your rights.

If a friend tells you they are being harmed you should:-

  • Listen to them;
  • Say you want to help;
  • Tell an adult you both trust. Some things can’t be kept secret; and
  • Respect your friends wishes.

If you suspect a friend is being harmed then you should:-

  • Listen to what they have to say; and
  • Talk to an adult you can trust about your concerns.
  • Let your friend know that you are there for them!

Contact Us

(Not for reporting child protection concerns)
Moray Child Protection Committee
The Moray Council, Education and Social Care,
High Street, Elgin
IV30 1BX

01343 563424

mcpc@moray.gov.uk

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