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Dromintee Primary School, Killeavy

We are supporting the NSPCC Talk PANTS Fortnight

2nd May 2024

Dromintee Primary School are supporting the first ever NI wide NSPCC Talk PANTs Fortnight in school, from Monday 6th-Friday 17th May.

Through discussions and activities in every class, we aim to teach our pupils important safety skills without giving explicit information or telling scary stories.

The lessons empower pupils in an age-appropriate way, to recognise their rights to their own bodies, say no to touch that is unwanted and tell someone if they feel uncomfortable.

We will be teaching our pupils the NSPCC’s Talk PANTS rules using the ‘PANTS’ acrostic, which is like the green cross code message, designed to help children stay safe from sexual abuse.

PANTS stands for:

P – Privates are private

A- Always remember your body belongs to you

N- No means no

T- Talk about secrets that upset you

S- Speak up, someone can help

If you would like to know more about the NSPCC’s PANTS campaign you can access a free parent webinar, available via the link below:

Further information and advice are also available online at

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to get in contact with us.