Talisa Wilson, 11, said: "If I was unsafe I would tell my teacher, my parents and look for anyone who can help me. I wouldn't tell a stranger because that's worse."
Melat Samson, 10, said: "If you are under 11 you should always go home with someone."
Patrick Ballesteros, seven, said: "Taking care of friends is the most important thing of keeping safe. If someone gets hurt you need to help them to be a good role model."
Philip Robinson, nine, said: "I stick to my parents to keep myself safe. There's many types of dangers around you."
Romario Stewart, 11, said: "I set an example by picking up rubbish off the floor, seeing if someone is ok and trying not to get angry."