B Cador: November 2017
We have had two safety visits this week and a safety action.
Base one and two were visited by Mark Thomas who was representing the RNLI. He came to talk to the children about water safety as well as looking at life saving at sea in the past and today. The children loved dressing up and Emily was able to talk about the life saving boat when I popped into Base 1 on Tuesday.
Yesterday, we had the Fire Service in to do their annual Smoke Busters presentation for Y5. This was a comprehensive talk and will hopefully have fulfilled the brief in helping our children know what can instigate a fire, the dangers associated with fires and how to keep themselves safe in the unfortunate event of being in the vicinity of a fire.
Mr Eaton also kept us on our toes with his termly fire drill. We never know when it is happening. This time it was straight after morning registration. The children were very calm (and so were the staff!) and we all evacuated the building quickly and safely and met on the school field (our muster station).
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