Colourchange UPVC are delighted to be working with the Police and Community Clubs of Great Britain, helping young people in local communities.
The Police and Community Clubs of Great Britain is an organisation run by serving and retired police officers. Working with the Home Office and education specialists, a series of citizenship programmes have been developed to support teachers and parents addressing bullying, vandalism, drugs, alcohol, tobacco, knife crime and other sensitive subjects like staying safe on the internet.
Thanks to Colourchange UPVC children and teachers at the Rendlesham Primary School will be provided books and educational resources to teach them about Internet Safety and Cyber Bullying as well as the dangers of social media, on-line gaming and the importance of keeping their personal information safe.
The book, Caught in the Web, is part of the Barney and Echo series and also comes with educational resources aimed at providing fun and interactive ways for primary school children to learn about important social issues.
Daryl, owner of Colourchange UPVC said:
“We are proud to have been involved with this important community initiative. It has been great to be able to contribute and support our local childrens education by sponsoring the Caught in the Web books. We would like to wish all the children good luck as they work through the educational resources.”
Kelly Griffiths is the Barney and Echo books UK project director.
“The Police Community Clubs of Great Britain would like to thank all local community-minded businesses who have backed this school campaign- without them many children would be without this vital educational resource,” she said.
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