Keep Yourself Safe Day

11 September 2023

Last Friday, our boys from Reception to Year 8 had a busy end to the first week of the term, engaging in activities and learning new skills all about keeping safe. Our annual ‘Keeping Yourself Safe Day’ aims to give our boys a greater understanding and awareness of how to keep themselves safe in all aspects of their lives.

We were delighted to welcome the established charity organisation; NSPCC, which endeavours ‘to protect children today and prevent abuse tomorrow, to transform society for every childhood’. The NSPCC spokespersons gave a fun and interesting talk to Year 5 outlining key safety tips. They also held classroom workshops with our Year 2 boys. To finish their sessions off, all our boys came together to say, “We all have the right to speak out and stay safe”.

Much to the excitement of our boys during break-time, we had a visit from Amersham Fire Station who brought their Fire Engine into the Quad. The firemen talked to our boys in Reception to Year 3 about the important of their role and answered any questions. The boys were then given the chance to climb up the steps and take a deeper look inside the fire engine!

A Police lady from Thames Valley Police also visited, giving an insightful presentation to our Years 6-8 boys about safety at home, in public and online. She highlighted what to do in an emergency and tips on awareness of risks outside the home.

The afternoon finished with Mr Miles talking to our Years 3-4 boys about first-aid, ensuring they are equipped with invaluable insight to take them through the school year.

It was a great day enjoyed by everyone!

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