Safety mes­sage tar­gets chil­dren

Whitsunday Times - - LOCAL NEWS -

PAR­ENTS of ab­ducted and mur­dered school boy Daniel More­combe will be bring­ing their child safety mes­sage to Cannonvale State School next week.

Bruce and Denise More­combe are vis­it­ing the re­gion as part of a Queens­land schools tour and will make a pre­sen­ta­tion to teach­ers, stu­dents and their par­ents on Tues­day, July 30, at 2pm.

The child safety pre­sen­ta­tion is suit­able for all ages but specif­i­cally tar­gets those in years 3-7.

“It is also about hav­ing re­spect for your­self, oth­ers, your fam­ily and com­mu­nity peo­ple,” he said.

The More­combes safe- ty mes­sage is sim­ple – to recog­nise, re­act, re­port.

Since los­ing their son Daniel at the age of 13, Bruce and Denise More­combe have es­tab­lished the Daniel More­combe Foun­da­tion and Day for Daniel on Oc­to­ber 25.

This national day of ac­tion has grown to in­clude over 1000 schools and more than one mil­lion Aus­tralians an­nu­ally, con­duct­ing ed­u­ca­tion and aware­ness ac­tiv­i­ties in their own com­mu­ni­ties.

For more in­for­ma­tion on the More­combes, child safety ad­vice and their foun­da­tion, visit www.daniel­more­combe.com.au.

KEEP­ING KIDS SAFE: Denise and Bruce More­combe will visit Cannonvale State School next week.

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