As part of National Personal Safety Day, the Community Ambassadors delivered assemblies to all year groups on personal safety.
The Community Ambassadors are now busy designing a mobile phone app as part of the Police and Crime Commisioner’s “Stay Safe, Be Aware” competition. Good luck!
Meet the Community Ambassadors here at King Charles 1. The Community Ambassadors have been busy delivering the “Keep it Real” presentation within their school as part of National Personal Safety Day. They also went out to Chaddesley Corbett Primary and St Georges Primary to deliver assemblies on Firework safety. Great work!
As the preparation for the White Ribbon Campaign/16 Days Of Action starts. Below are materials you may find useful.
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Meet the new Community Ambassadors at Wolverley CE Secondary School
Wolverley’s new Community Ambassadors
The Community Ambassadors are busy planning their contribution to the White Ribbon campaign which starts on 25th November and runs until 10th December.
Besides delivering assemblies and encouraging others to sign up to the pledge they are hoping to make white ribbons for pupils to wear to show their support against domestic abuse.
Community Ambassadors overcame their nerves and spent a week delivering assemblies in their school on halloween etiquette and safety advice for bonfire night.
Safer Wyre Forest were invited and sat in on the Year 10 assembly, they done an amazing job especially as they were presenting in front of their friends!
Delivering firework and bonfire safety advice
The new Community Ambassadors successfully delivered their first set of assemblies to the students at their high school.
The Community Ambassadors gave an introduction as to who they were and what their role was, this was followed by a fantastic presentation on how to keep safe during halloween and firework night.
Take 5 minutes to view their presentation –
Bonfire night & halloween Oct15