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Bikeability

Our Y5 children take part in Bikeability in the Summer term. The sessions begin on the school playground developing proficiency and starting and stopping with more confidence. Once children have reached a certain level, they are taken off on to the roads in small groups where they learn how to pass stationary vehicles parked on a road, gain a greater understanding of the road: signals, signs and road markings, negotiate the road: including quiet junctions, crossroads and roundabouts and how to safely share the road with other vehicle.

Visitors

 

     
Creatie Bonanza - Carbon Monxoide Awareness 

Safety Seymour visited Year 2 to inform them of the dangers of Carbon Monoxide and explore symptoms. The workshop delivered by Creative Bonanza was very informative and each child took home a goody bag which had a Carbon Monoxide alarm inside. All the children were so keen to share there certificates - they passed their training with flying colours. (October 2023)

Creative Bonanza also delivered Carbon Monoxide Training for Year 5 where they learnt about what to do and who to contact if Carbon Monoxide is detected. (October 2023)
 

What our children learnt from the Carbon Monoxide Workshops....

"I didn't know what Carbon Monoxide was but now I do." Y2

"Carbon Monoxide is invisible so you can't see." Y2

"BBQ's can't ever be put inside because of Carbon Monoxide." Y2

"You can get really sick and feel super tired with Carbon Monoxide." Y2

"I remember the number to ring. We ring to report it, it's 0800 111 999" Y2

"We got to take an alarm home so I told mummy all about how dangerous it can be. We have put the alarm in the kitchen." Y2

"Carbon Monoxide is known as an invisible killer as you cannot see it, smell it or taste it. You can get CO poisoning." Y5

"I learnt that in the house, you need to be careful with gas appliances such as gas cookers, fires, boilers. Grown ups need to be responsible and get fires and boilers checks each year." Y5

"Symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning include headache, nausea and drowsiness." Y5