Published on May 7th, 2017 | by admin0
Feedback from parents PANTS session
The recent NSPCC PANTS session for parents was well attended and found useful by all parents who attended.
- Following the workshop, 98% of attendees said that they strongly agreed or agreed that they now felt confident about having conversations with their children about keeping safe from abuse. (from 46 responses).
- Following the workshop, all attendees strongly agreed or agreed they now knew where to get information and advice about keeping their child safe from abuse. (from 43 responses). This is a 95% increase from before the workshop.
- Importantly, 89% of attendees said that there was now a HIGH probability of them having a conversation with their child about PANTS. The remaining 11% said there was a medium probability.
- All attendees strongly agreed or agreed that the time and location of the session worked well for them, that the content was interesting and relevant and that they had a good understanding PANTS.
- All, apart from one, attendees also said that they now felt confident in feel sharing information about PANTS with others.
Some comments from parents:
‘Very easy to understand and very engaging.’
‘Really informative and thought provoking. Shows importance & need to address this issue early. Excellent, relaxed presentation.’
‘Thank you for arranging this session. It is helpful and informative for parents.’
‘This session has given me lots of ideas about how to approach self-protection issues with my sons. Thank you.’
‘Give more notice for future sessions so that working parents can leave/time off to go to these sessions. Good information to start with. Thank you.’
‘Could you conduct a session on gadget safety for children.’
Please visit www.nspcc.org.uk/pants for more information and resources, including the Pantosaurus video.
We will also be running a session on online safety in partnership with O2, on Wednesday 19th May at 9 am. This session will give you further knowledge and skills about setting up parental controls and security settings, parenting children about online safety and online bullying, and teaching your child how to use social media safely.