This is the second in our safeguarding fairy tales. series. This story is a fantastic way of talking to children about stranger danger in a non frightening way. I always find this a hard subject to tackle because you want to make the children understand that not everyone is good but you also don’t want to frighten them or make them feel that they can’t ask for help if they need it.
The story is very funny, it is a real twist on the version we all know. Continue reading