Tulir, which works for the prevention of child sexual abuse, installed the boards to reach out to the students with easy to remember safety rules.
The initiative, being implemented with the support of Friends of India, is taken to mark the World Prevention of Child Abuse Day on November 19.
"It is based on the concepts of Personal Safety Education, a programme which is an extension of the safety rules we teach our children. For example, we ask them not to play with fire and to look on both sides before you cross the road," says a post on Tulir's Facebook page.
"The messages will work towards equipping and empowering children to build self-protective behaviour besides strengthening the ability of adults morally and socially responsible for the protection of children," it said.
A programme will be held at the Corporation Higher Secondary School in Kolathur on Monday to mark the launch of the initiative. Mayor Saidai S Duraisamy is expected to preside over the function.
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