A Police Visit

Published on Friday 8 November 2019 by Miss Roberts.

It has been a jam packed week at school this week. Firstly, we were celebrating bonfire night and learning how to stay safe at the events. To make this even more special we decided to have our own bonfire where we celebrated with yummy toasted marshmallows. The children proved how sensible they can behave as they followed each instruction perfectly allowing us to have fun safely.

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As part of our Bonfire Night festivities, we thought it was important to learn about the people in our community who work to help us stay safe. We were lucky enough to have two people from the police force come in to school to show us their police car. This was so much fun and we thoroughly enjoyed having a seat in the car and wearing their special helmets.

Also, a great big thank you for the wonderful gifts. Hopefully the children will remember who to turn to if they ever need help.

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It has been a very busy week and as such, this has instigated lots of conversations amongst the children. It has even encouraged the children to ask each other for help. A lot of our conversations this week have focused on the people in our community who help us such as lollipop people, doctors, nurses, vets, shop assistants, librarians and parents. We have also talked about safety with a big focus on who to turn to if we need help, what number to call if we need the emergency services and what we might have to do if we can't get somebody to help us.

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