Along with many schools across the country, at Forest Fields Primary School we use the NSPCC Pantosaurus rule to help to teach children about keeping themselves safe. With the help of the friendly Pantosaurus dinosaur, adults, both at school and at home, can teach children about how to stay safe from abuse.
At a level appropriate for their own age, all children learn about how the parts of their bodies which are covered by their underwear are private parts and are not for other people to see or touch and how important it is to talk to someone about anything which upsets or worries them.
Meet Pantosaurus - our pant-wearing Dino! He wants every child to stay safe and strong, just like him, and he's on a mission to share an important message.
Please visit the following link for advice on how to answer questions from children on this subject.
At Forest Fields we are committed to ensuring that all our pupils' needs are met when thinking about their emotional well being and safety, especially when considering use of the Internet. Please find below a direct link to the NSPCC website for you to explore should you need advice or guidance.