Keeping our kids safe enroute to and from school

Just a reminder to talk to your children about keeping themselves safe, particularly if they make their own way to and from school. It is always safest if they travel in groups with other children, and please remind them to never get in a car with someone they don't know, no matter what the person says, and to always tell a trusted adult if they find themselves in a situation that makes them feel anxious or uncomfortable.


Visit the Ministry of Educations website for more information and ideas on how to talk to your child about keeping themselves safe.

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