Meet­ing peo­ple who serve the com­mu­nity

Pro­ject for pupils in­clude visit from po­lice of­fi­cer

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - SCHOOL REPORT - By Jack Abell jack.abell@trin­i­tymir­

CHIL­DREN at a school were vis­ited by a po­lice of­fi­cer as part of a topic they are study­ing.

Re­cep­tion chil­dren at Gay­hurst School in Ger­rards Cross were vis­ited by Thames Val­ley Po­lice of­fi­cer Roland Lobo on Mon­day, June 8.

The young­sters have been study­ing the topic of peo­ple who help the com­mu­nity and have been look­ing at po­lice of­fi­cers, doc­tors, nurses and den­tists. School spokesman Michelle Up­ton said: “PC Roland gave a short talk to the chil­dren, in­clud­ing an in­for­ma­tive story about what to do if they ever find them­selves lost.

“The young Gay­hurst pupils also en­joyed lis­ten­ing to the in­ter­est­ing facts about po­lice, dogs, he­li­copters and mo­tor­bikes.”

Chil­dren were also able to act out their own emer­gency sce­nar­ios with spe­cial sec­tions set up as a po­lice sta­tion and a hos­pi­tal.

ALLO ALLO ALLO: Above, Ai­dan Hofmeyr and Shi­aum Lakhani in the Re­cep­tion Po­lice HQ at Gay­hurst School. Right, Os­car Har­vey-Older in his Doc­tors scrubs at Gay­hurst School and left PC Roland Lobo

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