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Who are the NSPCC?

The NSPCC are a children’s charity.

Their name stands for the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children.

They offer a safe place for children to speak to someone who can help. This is called Childline.

Childline is free to contact on 0800 1111. Childline counsellors take calls 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from children and young people under 19.

The NSPCC offers support and advice for parents.

The NSPCC offers support and advice in schools.


Discover all about the work the NSPCC do to prevent abuse, help rebuild children’s lives and support families by visiting the NSPCC website.

Childhood Day 2024

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All children at Holy Rosary took part in the Childhood Day mile on 6th June. They had great fun raising money to make a difference to other children’s lives.

Please click on the QR code below if you would like to support Childhood Day by making a donation to the NSPCC.