B Cador: November 2017
A very big thank you to PC Nicky Berry and PCSO Sharon Jones for popping in yesterday to give the children a short talk about keeping safe on Bonfire night in our Friday assembly.
They also helped the children understand that it is important that we help our pets, too, by keeping them indoors as they don't like the loud bangs and flashes that come with Bonfire celebrations at this time of year.
PC Nicky and PCSO Sharon will be coming back into school on Tuesday 21 November for our monthly Coffee Stop and will be available for members of the school community to come and share any concerns with them during the hour. They will also be holding a drop-in for the pupils and visit Base 1 as part of their work on 'People who help us'.
We look forward to seeing then both again soon.
Please note: the photo is from the summer term when they kindly got involved with the community's Stitches and Stems fundraiser.
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