Your vote could keep 1 million children safe

You can help us protect a generation of Lidl ones from abuse.

Help children to speak out and stay safe

On average, 2 children in every primary school classroom in the UK have suffered from abuse or neglect.

By voting for the NSPCC, you'll help us speak to 1 million children in primary schools across the UK over the next 3 years and help them to Speak out and Stay safe from abuse. 

With Lidl's help, our specially trained staff and volunteers will aim to visit 5-11 year olds in their schools and help them to:

    • recognise the signs of abuse
    • protect themselves from all forms of abuse
    • get help and know who they can turn to

"It felt uncomfortable at the time, but so did the dentist – how was I supposed to know it was abuse"
Anonymous / Aged 6

Vote for us

Every £3 you raise will help us keep a child in a local primary school safe. Help us give children the knowledge and understanding they need to stay safe from abuse.

Voting is open between 13 - 31 March. 

If you work at Lidl, or know anyone who does – please ask them to vote for the NSPCC.

Vote NSPCC via the Lidl intranet. 

"Thanks to one of our sessions, four children came forward who might have stayed silent. Imagine the impact of speaking to every primary school class in the UK."
Anonymous / Schools Service Volunteer

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Keeping children safe

Speak out. Stay safe.

Our programme (formerly Childline Schools Service) supports specially trained staff and volunteers to talk to primary school children about abuse.
Speak Out. Stay Safe.

Our work with schools

Find out how our schools service can help your school keep children safe from abuse.
Read more

Safeguarding in Education Self-Assessment Tool (ESAT)

ESAT is for designated safeguarding leads in schools in England to assess how well they are meeting statutory and recommended safeguarding practices.
Find out more

Let's talk PANTS!

Talking PANTS is a simple way that parents can help keep children safe from abuse. Join Pantosaurus and get the conversation started.
Find out about PANTS