In 2016, the children's charity went into a number of schools across the borough, speaking in assemblies and delivering workshops to a total of 8,987 children aged four to 11.
During the talks, children are encouraged to speak out to a trusted adult or Childline if they are worried about abuse or neglect.
Commenting on the workshops, NSPCC schools service area coordinator for Hounslow, Gabriella Russo said: "Our volunteers have done an incredible job and it’s thanks to them that we’ve been able to visit 22 schools in the area, delivering these vital safeguarding messages.
"But we’ve not yet been into every school and we want to speak to all 4 – 11 year olds and hopefully protect a generation of children from abuse, one school at a time."
The talks are free of charge and the charity believes they could make a massive difference to the lives of children in the borough.
Ms Russo added: "Speak Out Stay Safe teaches children in an age appropriate way about the different forms of abuse, how to keep themselves safe and who to go to for help should they ever need it.
"By the end of our visit we know pupils feel empowered and can speak out and stay safe from abuse."
Schools wishing to get involved should contact Gabriella Russo by email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fore more information about the campaign, head to the NSPCC website.
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