NSPCC takes their 'PANTS' campaign to West London

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NSPCC takes their 'PANTS' campaign to West London

The NSPCC has been running a series of workshops with parents in West London - to give them the skills to help their children stay safe from sexual abuse.

The PANTS campaign is aimed at primary school students and their families - and was set up in response to concerns that parents often felt unsure about how to raise the issue with their young children.

The official mascot is the 'Pantosaurus' dinosaur, and there is a handy song to help parents tackle the tricky subject.

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