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'Get Safe for Secondary'

‘GET SAFE FOR SECONDARY’: Tuesday 3rd March at the Winter Gardens, Margate.

This event is made up of two parts and we will be taking our Year 6 pupils. Part 1 is to provide factual information, advice and awareness to our pupils in preparation for their increased independence when making their transition to Secondary.  

They will leave the morning's event having gained knowledge on topics such as:

Road Safety

Internet Safety

Stranger Danger

Basic First Aid

Fie Safety & Awareness

Anti-Social Behaviour

Basic Drugs & Smoking Awareness

Effects of shop lifting

Water Safety

The list above will provide them with good solid factual information and in turn will build their confidence to make informed choices independently. It will also allow them to reflect and take responsibility for their own behaviour and the effect certain behaviours could have in the local community.


Part 2 will be an opportunity for our pupils to meet Youth Groups and other outside activity organisations to encourage them to engage in an activity prior to starting secondary school in the hope this will carry on through their teenage years, ideally will also prevent a number of young people becoming involved in criminal activity such as anti-social behaviour and will increase their self-confidence and achievement.