On Wednesday, 13th September, the Y6 children went to the Lifewise Centre in Hellaby to learn about keeping safe as they start becoming more independent – it won’t be long before they begin their next stage of learning in Y7 and therefore become much more independent.

Whilst they were there they took part in a range of activities and scenarios that they may be faced with, along with understanding the consequences of their own actions (the age of criminal responsibility is 10).

They learnt about: fire safety, internet safety including cyber bullying, road safety, first aid, personal safety, and what takes place in a Magistrates Court.  Throughout all the scenarios, children were taught about the importance of always making the right choice and the consequences of making bad choices.

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