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Welcome to the SafetyWorks! website.  The SafetyWorks! interactive safety centre provides realistic, interactive learning experiences for the prevention of danger and guidance for living more safely.  

Read up on the scenarios that SafetyWorks! offers including road safety, hazards in the kitchen, outdoor safety in parks and open water and many more.  Most of our scenarios have videos to explain what you will learn at the centre.

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Find out about SafetyWorks! in the About Us section with details of our partners, our aims and the information we provide.

Also, the frequently asked questions section contains answers to questions such as such as who can visit SafetyWorks!, Is there disability access or how much does it cost to visit?

Child Sexual Exploitation

Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) is a type of sexual abuse in which children are sexually exploited for money, power or status. It is often a hidden crime as you people trust their abusers and they don't understand they are being abused. 

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Thank You from St Bedes

Read the beautifully illustrated 'Thank You' received from St Bedes RC Primary School in Newcastle from Year 4 pupils following their visit to SafetyWorks!

Teacher - "The children absolutely loved it and were talking about it when we got back to school.  It was also an excellent way to teach children about safety and linked well with the curriculum."

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Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP)  help children stay safe online. Has someone acted inappropriately towards you online, or to a child or young person you know? It may be sexual chat, being asked to do something that makes you feel uncomfortable or someone being insistent on meeting up. You can report it to CEOP using this button.

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