Keeping Ourselves Safe enables children and young people to learn and apply a range of safety skills that they can use when interacting with others. Students recognise the differences between healthy and unhealthy relationships, and those who have been or are being abused are encouraged to seek help.
The Keeping Ourselves Safe resources include:
- Information for principals and Boards of Trustees
- Information for parents/whānau
- Information for teachers
- Student learning activities for:
To address issues of child protection more deeply, schools could implement a school-wide intervention in partnership with Police.
Narratives (or case-studies) of completed child protection interventions:
Child protection guidelines
Guidelines to help schools to plan safety education that focus on child protection, and outline ways to identify and respond to incidents of child abuse:
Two short (20 second) videos in which the Privacy Commissioner answers two important questions: What do you do if you think a child is in danger? Can you share information to help at-risk children?