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KEEPING SAFE

PCSO Sharon Jones and PC Nicky Berry have undertaken a short tour of school this morning and talked to children about keeping safe over half term now that we have darker nights. They also talked through the 'do's and don'ts' of trick or treating so that everyone in our school community is and feels safe.

Remember:

  • Wear light or reflective clothing to be easily seen
  • Carry a torch (but do not shine in people's eyes or at cars)

    If 'Trick or Treating'

  • Only go out with a responsible adult
  • Know the people whose houses you call at
  • Check that houses have a 'Yes to trick or treaters' before knocking.
  • Do not knock on the doors of strangers or the elderly

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