‘The NSPCC have launched the Speak out Stay safe programme so that a generation of children have the knowledge and understanding they need to stay safe from abuse and neglect. We’re aiming to reach every primary school in the UK – and we’d love your school to be next.  The Speak out

Drama Project to raise awareness of Crime and Anti-social behaviour. Thames Valley Police in Partnership with SaferMK invites secondary schools within the Milton Keynes area to take part in a Drama based project which will see their students write, direct and perform a 10 minute play surrounding aspects of one of the following: • Anti-Social Behaviour •

Young people and professionals across Milton Keynes worked hard to raise awareness of Safer Internet Day – on the 9th Feb. 2016 – and help the #shareaheart campaign MKSCB ran courses all week for parents and carers in the district – with top advice on how to keep children safe online. Schools across the country also got involved spreading the messages

Following an audit recently completed by Milton Keynes Safeguarding Children Board (MKSCB) Quality Assurance Sub Group; in which a concern in relation to a transfer of school files was highlighted; MKSCB would like to take this opportunity remind educational establishments of the risks associated with the failure to transfer child and young person files between

Thank you to all the schools who took part in our E safety Survey