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NSPCC 'PANTS' Campaign

This term, we will be discussing the NSPCC’s PANTS rules. These are designed to teach pupils how to stay safe from sexual abuse, without giving explicit information or telling scary stories or even using the term “sexual abuse”. Children will learn about the ‘PANTS’ acrostic, which stands for:


  • Privates are private.
  • Always remember your body belongs to you.
  • No means no
  • Talk about secrets that upset you
  • Speak up, someone can help.


This information will be fully age-appropriate.

More information about talking PANTS, including a short film and a parent guide can be found at nspcc.org.uk/pantsor by using the links below.