St Kevin's Primary and Nursery

Community Police Officer Visit

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We had a fantastic visit today from Steph the local Community Police Officer. He talked to the children about Stranger Danger. He explained that if a stranger approached the children they had to firstly shout “No,No” then run to their parents and tell them what had happened. He also talked about the importance of road safety which is very relevant at the moment due to the diverted traffic. All of the children had the opportunity to see the police van, sit inside it and operate the sirens and lights. We are very appreciative to Steph for taking time to visit us during a very busy time for Police Scotland. We hope this is the beginning of a strong link between the local community police and the nursery.

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  1. Oliver really enjoyed the visit from Steph the community police officer. It was great that they got to hear about stranger danger and staying safe near traffic. From the photos you can see that the children are listening attentively and hopefully they’ll remember what he said!

  2. Oliver was really interested and was well up for being locked in the cell with Mrs Reid

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