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An evaluation of the "We can keep safe" personal safety programme report prepared by Alex Woodley and Nadine Metzger

By: Woodley, Alex.
Contributor(s): Metzger, Nadine.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Auckland, N.Z.: Pointresearch, 2012Description: 95 p. ; 30 cm. electronic document (102 p.); PDF file: 2.09 MB.Subject(s): EVALUATION | EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION | NEW ZEALAND | PREVENTION | CHILD SEXUAL ABUSEDDC classification: 362.767 Online resources: Click here to access online Summary: The "We can keep safe" programme is an early childhood personal safety programme designed and delivered Auckland Sexual Abuse HELP Foundation. The purpose of this evaluation is to better understand the impact of this programme, in particular how learning is retained by children and parents alike, and whether this impacts on behaviour. This report was prepared by Pointresearch for the Ministry of Justice.
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The "We can keep safe" programme is an early childhood personal safety programme designed and delivered Auckland Sexual Abuse HELP Foundation. The purpose of this evaluation is to better understand the impact of this programme, in particular how learning is retained by children and parents alike, and whether this impacts on behaviour. This report was prepared by Pointresearch for the Ministry of Justice.