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"Evaluating the Primary School ‘Keeping Ourselves Safe’ Programme"
A Research Article by Owen Sanders (Youth Education
‘Keeping Ourselves Safe’ is a personal safety and child abuse prevention programme provided for children, teachers and parents/caregivers in
A draft early childhood ‘Keeping Ourselves Safe’ module called ‘All About Me’ has been written and is being trialled during the first half of 2006 in early childhood centres in Auckland, Porirua and Dunedin.
This paper outlines the research and evaluations to date of ‘Keeping Ourselves Safe’ and reviews the evidence that has informed and led to changes in programme delivery, content, and implementation.
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