Free Musical Child Abuse Prevention Programme

Welcome to the My Body Is My Body Musical Child Abuse Prevention Programme. 


It is one of the most successful, positive and fun filled musical "body safety" programmes around. Our programme has now been animated so that it can be shared with children in schools, nursery schools, sports facilities and homes alike.

The programme is FREE to everyone and has already been translated into 19 different languages so we can try to create a Safer World For Children.

Check out our new FREE Course
My Body Is My Body
 "Introduction to Child Maltreatment"


The "My Body is My Body" Introduction to Child Maltreatment Course,
will be exploring how to Safeguard Children.

 This course we will be covering:
1. Why we need to teach about Maltreatment
2. Worldwide Facts about Maltreatment
3. How Child Maltreatment affects a community’s quality of life and economic prosperity
4. Different Types and Signs of Maltreatment
5. How to react if a child discloses their abuse to you
6. Basics on how to report child abuse
7. How to teach the My Body Is My Body Prevention Program

The My Body Is My Body Program
has been presented live

to over 500,000 children in schools. 
It has been so effective

that we decided to animate it and put it into different languages

so that a much wider audience of children could be reached.
We hope you have fun with it!!

Keep it fun -

The songs are fun positive animations, introduced by a character called Cynthie, this should help you to keep the message simple. Sing along, do hand movements  and dance, anything to help make the message memorable and positive for the children.

 

Keep it simple -

Young children do not need to know any in depth details of abuse, just give them simple rules:

1. Nobody should be hurting you

2. Nobody should be touching your private parts

3. Nobody should take photos of your private parts

4. If you have a problem tell somebody

5. Don’t keep secrets if someone is hurting you

6. Tell someone if you are being bullied

 

Keep it positive -

The main objective is to empower children so they feel positive about their bodies and safe  in the knowledge that they have someone to talk to if there is a problem.

How do I teach child abuse prevention?

Available Languages

Arabic
Bengali

Chinese
Dutch
Farsi
French
German

Hindi
Italian

Polish

Portuguese
Russian
Setswana

Spanish

Swahili

Swedish
Urdu W
Xhosa

Tamil
Turkish
Zulu

 

Preventing Child Abuse



Are you looking for a way to teach young children about child abuse prevention - but you don’t know where to start?


Well look no further! Our child abuse prevention programme contains activities to teach child abuse prevention to children all around the world.
 

The My Body Is My Body Program will give you a step by step easy way to approach this subject through fun animated songs. This simple programme will give you a way to empower children and help you open the lines of communication.

 

Our international child abuse prevention program contains:

  • Full .pdf downloads in several languages

  • 5 songs to prevent abuse

  • Step by step instructions for each song

  • Ideas to get the children involved

  • Signs of abuse to look for

  • Lots of useful information

See what 
Teachers and
 People around the world 
are saying about our program!!

The most important part of our abuse prevention programme is that
the children

will remember the songs
and the positive messages.

You will be able to talk to them about their feelings and problems in a safe and happy environment.
It will be a big step towards

keeping children safe.

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350.000 
children followed our program live at their schools
available in 
19 languages

Check out our new song  
Say "NO" To Secrets

Resources

Bite Size Learning

(3 minutes each)

My Body Is My Body

To teach children that their body is their own and no-one has the right to hurt them or touch their private parts.


 

If It Don't Feel Right -
Don't Do it

To teach children to listen to their own feelings. To talk about peer pressure. To help children with body empowerment


 

The What if Game

To teach children to say NO with authority


 

If You've Got A Problem

To reinforce the learning of telling someone if there is a problem and if that person doesn't listen keep telling till someone does listen


 

Love Is Gentle

To teach children that love is gentle and kind  and is all about caring, sharing and trusting

Signs 
Of Child Abuse

Child abuse happens when someone ( adult or child ) – harms a child. It can be physical, sexual or emotional, but can also involve a lack of love, care or attention. Neglect and Emotional 

Click Here for indicators of abuse and neglect that you may see in children.

If you see any of these indicators or if a child reveals information to you:

1. Remain calm and do not force the child to give information.


2. Comfort the child and thank them for sharing with you then notify your relevant Child Protection Services.



3. Remember a child may only disclose a small portion of information at a time until they see your reaction is calm and supportive.

Signs of physical abuse

Signs of neglect

Signs of emotional abuse

Signs of Sexual Abuse

Visit our
Blog Posts 

Available Languages

Please note that the My Body Is My Body Programme is NOT a Charity or an NGO it is a FREE programme available to communities to help spread awareness about Child Abuse Prevention and show people that through music and simple songs we can teach children to be safer. People can not raise money for this programme or charge for for the videos as everything is freely available on the website and Youtube.

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On My Body is My Body we offer a Free Musical Child Abuse Prevention Program.

Our international child abuse prevention program contains activities to teach child abuse prevention to children all around the world.

Our goal is to educate as many children as possible to say NO to any type of abuse.

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