Child Protection Awareness campaign taken to schools

2015-06-24 06:00

SEVERAL local schools were visited by Lieutenant Keshni Budloo and the Greytown Family Violence and Child Protection Unit to conduct awareness campaigns, talks and presentations during Child Protection Week last month.

Topics discussed included bullying at school, children’s safety, reporting of sexual abuse-related cases, the Child Justice Act, the Children’s Act and discipline.

At Greytown Junior School Mr Fanie Nel welcomed the team and pupils were active in discussions

Miss Sandra Persadh of Little Angels Pre-primary and the “little Angels” invited FCS for more interactive sessions with them. Mr Khumalo and Mount Enerstina Combined­ School pupils enjoyed the talks and awareness campaign and both junior and senior pupils were very responsive and engaged well with members of FCS Greytown.


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