04:14AM, Tuesday 18 September 2012
A charity is calling for volunteers to help children in Windsor protect themselves from abuse.
Childline is launching its new Schools Service in the area as part of its commitment to educate children about abuse.
The service aims to help youngsters aged nine to 11 year olds understand what abuse is, how to protect themselves, and how to seek help if they need it.
Volunteers are wanted to go into schools to deliver assemblies and run interactive workshops across the Windsor area.
Childline is rolling the service out across the UK over the coming months.
All volunteers must be 16 or over and the charity will provide relevant training and support.
Visit www.nspcc.org.uk for more details.
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